On Sunday, September 10, 2000 at 0815 hours, eleven companies of Firefighters, one Rescue Ambulance and two Battalion Command Teams under the direction of Battalion Commander R. T. Kozaki responded to a greater alarm structure fire at 234 East Anaheim Street in the Wilmington area. First units on scene reported a one story 50 x 250 row of four commercial occupancies with fire through the roof of one 50 x 100 occupancy. Firefighters using handlines confined the fire to "Complete Upholstery" and extinguished the fire in twenty-four minutes. No injuries were reported. The cause of the fire was faulty wiring on a space heater and the loss is estimated at $152,000. ($102,000 to structure and $50,000 to contents).