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NFFF releases documentary about 2020 fire that injured 11 LAFD firefighters

In “Boyd Street,” those who were on scene recount the incident and the following months of recovery and departmental self-assessment


LAFD firefighters worked the scene on May 16, 2020. The NFFF documentary about the fire and aftermath is out now.

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By Leila Merrill

LOS ANGELES — The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation on Friday released “Boyd Street,” a documentary film about the 2020 Toy District Fire, which sent 11 Los Angeles City Fire Department (LAFD) firefighters to the hospital.

The documentary recounts the day of the fire and the months of recovery and departmental self-assessment that followed, as told by those involved.

The film, which was developed in partnership with the LAFD, details not only the day of the incident, but the months of recovery and departmental self-assessment that followed, as told through the voices of those involved.

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