SUN VALLEY, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Fire ripped through a vacant restaurant in Sun Valley Wednesday night.
The flames, first reported around 8:40 p.m., were burning at a boarded-up Acapulco restaurant at 8431 N. Sunland Blvd.
The building was well-involved and firefighters were setting up defensive positions outside the 5,736 square-foot building.
There were 111 Los Angeles Fire Department firefighters assigned to the blaze. Vehicle and pedestrian traffic was closed between Nettleton Street and the 5 Freeway.
After nearly 50 minutes tackling the blaze from a defensive position, crews shifted to an offensive mode.
The restaurant location has been closed since 2018, according to online postings.
No injuries were immediately reported.
Flames rip through closed Acapulco restaurant building in Sun Valley
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