Fire alarm at Good Goose temporarily shuts down café

| September 2, 2021 | 0 Comments

TWO CREWS use hook and ladder trucks to access the roof above the Asian fusion restaurant to vent the smoke.

Significant amounts of smoke, apparently from an overheated electric bicycle or scooter battery charging in a storage area of the Good Goose Café, 5210 Beverly Blvd., at around 5:15 p.m. on Wed., Aug. 25, led to a major turnout of Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) and Police Department responders.

The amount of smoke was significant, according to witnesses and the LAFD dispatch audio posted on the Citizen app. Traffic at the busy intersection of Beverly and Larchmont boulevards, including buses, was re-routed for several hours.

According to an Instagram post, the Good Goose, still closed on account of the incident at the time the Larchmont Chronicle went to press, probably will be back open at the beginning of September.

FIRE ENGINES from Fire Stations 29, 52 and 27 respond to the Aug. 25 fire alarm at Good Goose Café on Beverly, just west of Larchmont.


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