‘Explosion’ In Downtown Los Angeles Injures At Least 11 Firefighters

Los Angeles – An explosion at hash oil manufacturer in downtown Los Angeles on Saturday injured at least 12 firefighters who had gone inside on the rooftop, trying to knock down the fire but they had to run for their lives when a ball of flames shot out the building and burned a fire truck across the street.

More than 200 firefighters arrived over there, and many motors, trucks and rescue vehicles stopped up the roads. The fire spread to several nearby buildings, but firefighters were able to extinguish it in about an hour.

Those firefighters who were injured were taken to the hospital.