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Firefighters tackle four-alarm fire in Corona

Crews worked to extinguish a four-alarm fire in Corona on the evening of Monday, May 20.
The fire in a vacant building was at 1650 Magnolia Ave., Corona Fire Department officials said in a tweet at 7:57 p.m. No injuries were immediately reported.
ABC7 reported in a tweet the fire involved a now-closed topless bar.

4 alarm fire in Corona at 1650 Magnolia Ave. There has been no firefighter or civilian injuries. pic.twitter.com/dciGNoDm4n
— Corona Fire Dept (@CoronaFireDept) May 21, 2019

It’s unclear how many structures or residents, if any, were affected. Information regarding the scope of the damage was not immediately available.
This story is developing. Please check back for updates.
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