February 26th, local time, a fire broke out in Compton, Los Angeles, Southern California.
The fire quickly spread to a nearby bus parking lot and burned dozens of buses.
The local Los Angeles Fire Department received a report at about 5:00 on February 26 that a serious fire broke out in an industrial building in Compton, west of Los Angeles.
The fire quickly spread to a bus parking area next door.
When firefighters arrived at the scene, they found that the fire had swallowed dozens of vehicles and ignited.
A large amount of black smoke containing chemicals was released, and the police immediately evacuated nearby residents.
According to the local people, the burning black smoke was like a tornado, and it was still visible dozens of kilometers away.
After several hours of fire fighting, the fire was basically effectively controlled and the spread trend was stopped.
According to the fire department, the fire is currently under investigation for any casualties.