There was a fire at the Hollywood station building in Los Angeles.
It was just after 5 p.m.
Friday, according to fire officials.
A spokesperson for the Los Angeles Fire Department told ABC News that no one was injured in the fire, but the building’s electrical systems were not working.
The station building is home to the LA Kings and other major sporting events, and it houses the LAX Metro and airport.
The building’s fire department responded to the scene and is investigating.
The Los Angeles fire department said that firefighters and police are on the scene.
It’s unknown what caused the fire.
There are no immediate reports of injuries.
The fire is not believed to be suspicious, according the Los Angels Fire Department.
No one was inside the building at the time of the fire and no fire department members were injured.
Los Angeles County Fire and Rescue tweeted about the fire at 4:45 p.mp.
The LAX Fire Department tweeted at 7:15 p.mm.
They also tweeted at 5:45 pm.
Los Angels Mayor Eric Garcetti and the Los Angelinos Fire and EMS departments tweeted that a person has been taken into custody in connection with the fire incident.
The mayor said he is also concerned about the number of fires at the LA airport, where a number of aircraft have been grounded since Monday.
Garcetti tweeted that he’s been in touch with the LA Fire Department, the Los Alamos National Laboratory and the Federal Aviation Administration about the cause of the blaze.