About 100 firefighters worked to extinguish a blaze at a three-story commercial building in Culver City on Saturday, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.
The fire broke out on the third floor of the building, located at 11869 Teale St., around 7:35 a.m., Deputy Chief Joseph Castro said.
Heavy fire was found on the third floor, prompting firefighters to move into defensive mode.
After nearly two hours, some 100 firefighters knocked down the greater-alarm structure fire. No injuries were reported.
No negative effects to the environment from toxic smoke or hazardous materials was believed to have occurred, and fire damage was mostly contained to the third floor, Castro said.
The cause and cost of damage of the fire was being assessed.
Arson investigators were reviewing surveillance footage in connection with the blaze, a Fire Department official said, but did "not have anything conclusive at this time."
KTLA's John A. Moreno contribute to this report.
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