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A fire damaged a single-story commercial building at 4862 Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood on Tuesday, and a woman was taken to a hospital in "grave condition,'' authorities said.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Patrick T. Fallon / For The Times

A Metrolink train collided with a vehicle near the intersection of Rice Avenue and 5th Street in Oxnard on Tuesday morning. Crews, using cranes, lift one of the derailed cars back onto the tracks.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Michael Robinson Chavez / Los Angeles Times

As the Inglewood City Council met to discuss a measure that would allow developers to add an NFL stadium to an existing plan to develop property around old Hollywood Park, supporters applaud.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times

Clowns sit in the shoeshine chairs at Grand Central Terminal during a media event to promote Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus in New York.


Indian farmers wave flags as they participate in a protest rally against amendments proposed in a land acquisition bill by the government in New Delhi, India.


With a view of Brooklyn in the background, ice surrounds the Brooklyn Bridge on Tuesday. A wide swath of the country is experiencing record-breaking temperatures.


A Russia-backed separatist uses a cable to climb inside the airport while supervising Ukrainian prisoners of war removing bodies of Ukrainian servicemen from the rubble of the airport outside Donetsk, Ukraine, on Wednesday.

PHOTOGRAPH BY: Vadim Ghirda / AP

Peter Prevc of Slovenia soars during a ski jumping training session at the 2015 Nordic World Skiing Championships in Falun, Sweden.


Filipino soldiers and police link arms as they march toward the People Power monument during the 29th anniversary of the fall of President Ferdinand Marcos' dictatorship, in Quezon, east of Manila. The revolution was a bloodless uprising that ousted the late dictator in 1986.


Indian passengers stand and hang onto a train as it departs from a station on the outskirts of New Delhi.


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In Wednesday’s Pictures in the News, a fire damages a single-story commercial building in
Hollywood leaving a woman in “grave condition,” authorities said. The cause of the fire was under investigation.

Oxnard: A Metrolink train that collided with a vehicle is lifted upright. On Tuesday, 28 people were injured, four critically, in the crash.

Inglewood: The Inglewood City Council meets to discuss a measure that would allow developers to add an NFL stadium to an existing plan to develop property around old Hollywood Park.

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