By LESLIE ROSE-WICHITA, Associated Press A Los Angeles County medical Examiner’s Office autopsy on a body found Monday morning found four people were burned to death, three of whom were inside the house when they died, and two of whom are missing.
Authorities have not identified the deceased, but authorities said a man was found at the scene of the blaze.
The medical examiner’s office said in a statement the cause of death was listed as “multiple” and that the victims are the same as the victims found in an earlier blaze in a residential neighborhood in the L.E.D.’s Southern California District.
Investigators did not release a motive for the fire, and no suspects were immediately identified.
The cause of the death has not been determined, and the cause was not released.
An official from the coroner’s office could not immediately be reached for comment Monday.
The building where the fire was reported was in the 5200 block of North Park Street, just north of Interstate 405, about a block from the Lidstone Community College campus, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.
Investigators said there were no reported injuries.
A large fire that broke out in the back of a residence on the Lido Street side of L.L.D., a residential street, is burning down.
The front of the building is engulfed.
The house is on Lido St. It was just a couple of blocks away from a home and the house of a family, authorities said.
A man who lives nearby said he heard a loud bang and saw the smoke rising up the street.
“It was pretty scary.
I thought maybe a car hit it or something,” said the man, who gave his name only as Peter.
A fire truck arrived at the home and started helping firefighters, who were working in the home.
“We got a lot of people on the roof.
A lot of kids on the rooftop, and they were trying to get out.
They were trying desperately to get a ladder up and get out,” Peter said.
L.F.S. and the LIDLIGIADGE fire department responded to the fire and are working to contain the blaze, the Los Angeles Fire Department said in an online statement.
The L.R.I.D.(Los Angeles County Fire Authority) was called to the house at 9:46 a.m.
Monday, and crews arrived at 8:16 a.l.m., L.V.A., the Los Angles Fire Department, and L.M.D.-Coroner’s Office said.
“A lot of the firefighters came from the West Hollywood area, and a lot from Los Angeles.
They came in and went out.
I don’t know if there’s a reason for the house to have been so close to that area,” L.P.I., the Liddell and Lidligid Fire Department tweeted.
Firefighters in a hazmat suit were on the scene in an effort to contain a fire.
“This is a big house,” a neighbor told KABC-TV, a Los Angeles television station.
“There’s a lot going on in that house.”
A firefighter was treated and released at the site and was expected to be okay, officials said.
The family of a man who died in the blaze has filed a missing person’s report.
Officials did not immediately release his name.
Officials said they were not sure if there was a history of violence in the area.
They also said they did not have information on the identities of any of the victims.
“At this time, we do not have any information that suggests this fire was sparked by anything other than a single-person blaze,” Liddelle and LIDligiad fire officials said in their statement.