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Norwalk : Church School Hit by Fire Second Time in Two Weeks

October 05, 1989

An arson fire caused $90,000 in damage to a Norwalk church school that also was hit by a suspicious blaze two weeks ago, officials said.

Flames broke out about 1 a.m. Monday at the United Korean Evangelical Church in the 11000 block of Pioneer Boulevard, Los Angeles County Fire Department Capt. Steve Noble said. Six county and Santa Fe Springs engine companies put out the fire in about 25 minutes, he said. There were no injuries.

Noble said a flammable liquid was used in Monday's fire. Flames caused about $6,000 in damage to one room of the church school on Sept. 18, fire officials said.

Both fires are being investigated by sheriff's arson detectives, Noble said. No one has been arrested.

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