Gas station gas leak is a major cause of a fire, says California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection

A gas station in Southern California has been forced to close due to a leak that was found to be a major contributor to a blaze that started last weekend at a gas station that was not properly ventilated.

Fire officials said the gas station was closed as of Monday afternoon, after discovering a fuel-oil leak at its pump.

It’s not clear if the leak was caused by the fuel, or if it was a combination of both.

The Los Angeles County Fire Department said it was still investigating the cause of the fire.

The station was not in service when the fire started on Saturday and was closed until Tuesday, the L.A. County Department of Public Health said in a statement.

The fire has been contained and no injuries have been reported.

The leak at the pump is the biggest fire in California history.

Firefighters were forced to call in air tankers to evacuate about 200 customers in the town of Westlake Village, about 40 miles southeast of Los Angeles.

The fire has prompted the evacuation of at least 200 residents and shut down several businesses.