Music Studio Fire in Studio City Leaves 2 Killed, 4 Hospitalized: LAFD

The Fire Department said two people were pronounced dead at the scene, two were in critical condition and two others were transported to a hospital in unknown conditions. (Credit: KTLA)
Some 80 firefighters responded to the incident at a one-story commercial building at 3779 N. Crews extinguished the flames in 28 minutes, the Fire Department said. Officials estimated the size of the studio to be 50 feet by 75 feet. A few hours later, people started contacting him to check if he was OK. Authorities provided no further details. shortly before 7 a.m., the agency said. 34.111470
-118.334614 The Los Angeles Fire Department responds to an incident in Studio City on April 14, 2018. Cahuenga Blvd. Please enable Javascript to watch this video
A fire inside a music studio in Studio City on Saturday left two people dead and four hospitalized, including two in critical condition,  according to the Los Angeles Fire Department. Authorities earlier said the blaze happened in Universal City. “I just rushed over here,” Cruz said. The Los Angeles Police Department was investigating the incident. Rapper Nick Cruz said he went home after a recording session inside the building at around 3 a.m. A company called Top Notch Recordings was listed under that address.