Los Angeles, CA - Four Hurt in Motel Fire on S Broadway Ave
Jun 28 2024 0

Los Angeles, CA – Four Hurt in Motel Fire on S Broadway Ave

Los Angeles, CA (June 28, 2024) – The Los Angeles Fire Department reported that firefighters rescued at least four victims from a blaze at a motel in South Los Angeles.

The fire broke out around 8:00 p.m. Thursday at a two-story garden-style motel in the 10900 block of South Broadway Avenue, with the fire burning on both floors. The LAFD discovered four people who had been injured with smoke inhalation and burns. LAFD firefighters assisted in the evacuation and medical care of four civilians, LAFD spokesman Brian Humphrey confirmed.

He added that the four people were identified as a woman and a man in their 30s, along with two teenage girls. The woman and the two girls sustained smoke inhalation injuries, while the man also sustained smoke inhalation and burn injuries to his body. All victims were taken to a hospital in fair condition. Firefighters added that the fire was knocked down around 8:20 p.m., but the cause of the fire is still under investigation.

If you’ve suffered injuries or lost a loved one due to a fire and premises liability incident, our Los Angeles personal injury lawyers at Leiva Law Firm are available to discuss your legal options at this time.

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