Jamie Paige / Special to the Daily Press
The Los Angeles Fire Department was called to an RV fire located at the 15800 block of the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) early Tuesday morning.
A call came in at 2:13 a.m., according to the LAFD.
Firefighters say two engines, eight firefighters responded to the fire. No word on how long it took crews to put the fire out.
No injuries were reported.
This is the second RV Fire on the westside in less than a week.
The Los Angeles Fire Department says the cause of a fire that destroyed an RV outside Whole Foods remains unknown.
Firefighters say they received a call for a structure fire around 7:15 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9 at 225 Lincoln Boulevard.
Twenty-five personnel were sent to combat the fire. One truck put out the RV fire while other firefighters worked to make sure the fire did not spread to Whole Foods.
No one was injured. The fire remains under investigation.
That was the fourth RV fire located on Rose Avenue in less than a year.