Terminals at the Port of Los Angeles have resumed operations as of the evening on September 23.
According to officials the wharf fire in Wilmington has been extinguished after more than 32 hours of active firefighting. No injuries have been repoerted. All terminals are now open, except for Pasha, where the fire was located.
Port of Los Angeles spokesman Phillip Sanfield told the Journal of Commerce about 800 feet of wharf at the Pasha terminal were burned. A construction crew had been working on the facility when the wharf caught fire.