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Fire tore through a 3 bedroom, 2 bath single family dwelling which is occupied by four adult occupants whom are all under an on-going LAFD Arson investigation since October 26, 2017 when they home burst into flames, said Battalion Chief lafd Wordin, incident commander in charge.
The neighbors were excited, they dialed 911 requesting help and reported flames were burning up the north side of their neighbor’s house walls and trees were catching. They said to the 911 operator to send the Fire department quickly.
The occupants of the burning home at 5306 N Don Pio Dr. reacted little to the flames as the neighbors claimed they acted so calm like it wasn’t a big deal, said one neighbor living to the east of the burned out place. “I screamed at him, Aziz! Aziz! Come help, and he was slow, said he couldn’t help that the flames were too big in his home”. The neighbor allowed Baddboyfilms News onto their property to get the best raw footage from a view over their back fence into their fiery neighbor’s backyard.
The location is South of Dumetz Rd, East of Topanga Canyon Blvd, North of Mulholland Dr. and just about 6 blocks east of Woodland Hills Elementary Charter For Enriched Studies which was closed at the time the fire broke out off of Topanga Cyn. Bl. Saturday evening as traffic on Ventura Blvd is at it’s heighten times during the week.
No injuries were reported and the power panel was a complete meltdown from the flames that licked the east walls of the house.
Firefighters had to cut lard holes and ax holes into the outer walls next to the electrical main panel in order to put out the fire inside the walls. The walls were showing 140 degrees on the Firefighter’s Laser meter beam. It showed that these walls were full of fire. The walls had to be opened to get the water in.