Monday’s fire at UPS Customer Center Lancaster set ablaze a building and several delivery vehicles.
The fire was raging in the 200 block West Avenue L.
Video captured a large smoke cloud rising from the desert north Los Angeles.
Six delivery trucks were damaged by the fire. It wasn’t immediately clear if any packages were in the trucks.
There were no immediate reports on injuries. Information about the cause of the accident was not immediately available.
“The fire spread through a metal clad structure and reached possibly five to six trailers,” the fire department stated in a statement.
The fire was extinguished at 10 a.m.
UPS told NBCLA in a statement that they are cooperating with authorities. The impact of the fire on deliveries was not immediately known.
“We are notifying our customers who were impacted,” the company said. “Concerned customers can track their package on UPS.com or with UPS My Choice.”