UPDATE: Vacant structure catches fire in Canyon Country
By Nikolas Samuels
Sunday, October 1st, 2017

UPDATE 6:23 P.M.

The fire was knocked out and L.A. County Fire is working on overhaul.

The structure was vacant, according to fire officials.

“It hadn’t been lived in in a couple months,” said Supervisor Bernard Peters with L.A. County Fire.

The fire did not spread to the surrounding brush and no injuries were reported.

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UPDATE 5:15 P.M.

At least nine units with L.A. County Fire responded to a single-family dwelling that was well-engulfed in flames Sunday afternoon.

The fire was reported around 4:02 p.m. near the 30000 block of Tick Canyon Road in Canyon Country.

“The house was well-involved with fire, we are still out there fighting the fire,” said a representative with L.A. County Fire.

The fire has not spread to the surrounding brush.  No injuries were reported.

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Nikolas Samuels

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UPDATE: Vacant structure catches fire in Canyon Country

UPDATE 6:23 P.M.

The fire was knocked out and L.A. County Fire is working on overhaul.

The structure was vacant, according to fire officials.

“It hadn’t been lived in in a couple months,” said Supervisor Bernard Peters with L.A. County Fire.

The fire did not spread to the surrounding brush and no injuries were reported.

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UPDATE 5:15 P.M.

At least nine units with L.A. County Fire responded to a single-family dwelling that was well-engulfed in flames Sunday afternoon.

The fire was reported around 4:02 p.m. near the 30000 block of Tick Canyon Road in Canyon Country.

“The house was well-involved with fire, we are still out there fighting the fire,” said a representative with L.A. County Fire.

The fire has not spread to the surrounding brush.  No injuries were reported.