2 adults, 4 kids suffer smoke inhalation in Gardena fire

Firefighters today knocked down a blaze at a three-story apartment building near the outskirts of Gardena, in the city of Los Angeles, that left six people injured a city fire spokesperson said.

Fire personnel dispatched at 7:26 a.m. to 835 W. Rosecrans Ave. had the fire knocked down at 7:46 a.m., said Los Angeles city fire spokesperson Cecil Manresa.

The fire was confined to the second floor of the building, said Manresa.

Firefighters also treated six people, two adults and four children at the scene for smoke inhalation, said Manresa.

L.A. County paramedics transported four of the injured to hospitals for treatment, said Manresa. Their current conditions were unknown. Manresa did not know which of the six people were taken to hospitals.