Fire Sunday damaged a one-story commercial building in the Jefferson Park community of Los Angeles, authorities said.

Firefighters dispatched at 5:29 a.m. to 2029 W. Jefferson Blvd. had the fire out within 39 minutes of their arrival, the Los Angeles Fire Department reported.

“The original fire building is a total loss, while firefighters stopped an attic fire burning in the exposed commercial building on the east side,” said Margaret Stewart of the Los Angeles Fire Department. “The exposed building is described as a one-story commercial building with three (estimated) occupancies.”

The cause remains under investigation.

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