Three men in their 20s were seriously to critically burned in a fire in a home near Malibu Creek State Park Monday.
The fire at 620 Crater Camp Drive was reported at 5:10 p.m., according to a Los Angeles County Fire Department dispatcher.
There were indications drug chemicals may have been involved in the fire, but it was not clear what the narcotics activity was, KCAL9 reported.
Investigators were still en route tonight, according to a dispatcher. One victim was 20, with burns over 25 percent of his body. A second was 22 with 30 percent of his body burned. The 24-year-old had burns over 20 percent of his body.
The victims suffered second- to third-degree burns over their upper bodies, arms and faces.
KCAL reported one burn victim was related to the couple who owned the property.
The fire was started during the extraction of marijuana "butter," according to NBC4.com.