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Fire breaks out at Gardena storage facility
GARDENA, Calif. -- A second-alarm fire burned through a storage facility in Gardena on Sunday.
The fire broke out at 134th Street and Western Avenue. Nearly 100 firfighters responded to the scene.
An eyewitness at the scene said up to 24 storage units had sustained damage. It was not immediately clear what started the fire.
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