Over six dozen firefighters battled a raging structure fire in the Harbor Gateway neighborhood of Los Angeles Sunday afternoon.
The fire broke out in an empty building at 442 West Rosecrans Avenue just before 2:30 p.m., fire officials said. Smoke was visible for several miles as flames engulfed the building, causing the roof to collapse.
Video from the Citizen App shows several different points of view of the fire, some from cars and others from a sidewalk on the same street as the blaze.
Embers from the fire also ignited a 50-foot trailer several buildings away, threatening a neighboring structure, the Los Angeles Fire Department said.
City, county and Compton Fire Department crews extinguished the fire in 41 minutes.
No injuries were reported.
The cause of the fire was under investigation.