Multiple vehicles were destroyed in a carport fire in Canyon Country early Thursday morning.
The fire was first reported at approximately 1:33 a.m. on the 27000 block of Camp Plenty Road, according to Los Angeles County Fire Department Inspector Craig Little.
“It was determined to be a multi-vehicle fire with no injuries,” said Little.
Photos from the scene of the incident show multiple cars with their interiors completely burned with some of their exteriors, including bumpers and tail lights, having melted.
The carport was charred, with beams and debris surrounding the cars in the hours following the incident, and an official notice had been placed on the side of the structure warning residents that it was unsafe to enter the area.
It took 10 minutes for 33 responding firefighters to extinguish the flames, but the incident was not closed for Fire Department personnel until approximately 3:20 a.m..
As crime scene tape was placed around the entirety of the scene on Thursday morning, the investigation into the cause of the blaze remained ongoing.