Update: 5:38 p.m.:
Firefighters took less than three hours to knock down flames devouring the inside of a metal-sheathed warehouse in Baldwin Park Saturday and no injuries were reported.
The cause of the blaze was under investigation Saturday evening, as firefighters worked on overhauling the 50-foot-by-150-foot building that housed several units, according to Los Angeles County fire officials.
The two-alarm blaze was contained to the building and no extensions to adjacent properties were reported.
A two-alarm blaze today burned the inside of a commercial warehouse in Baldwin Park but no injuries were reported.
About 60 firefighters were battling the flames coming out of the metal-covered building in the 12900 block of East Garvey Avenue, according to Los Angeles County fire Capt. Henry Rodriguez.
The captain told Patch that firefighters were "putting a lot of water on it," but that investigators would not know the cause of the blaze for awhile.