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LAFD Spokesperson: Jeremy Oberstein

Numbers of the week: 9,522 incidents, 1,000 pushups, 6 big smiles. Read more in the Week in Review.

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Thursday, September 22, 2016 Central Bureau
LAFD Spokesperson: Erik Scott

Elysian Park - Approximately 100 Los Angeles firefighters extinguished a brush fire that burned a little over 6 acres in Elysian Park, north of downtown L.A., on Thursday.
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LAFD Spokesperson: Jeremy Oberstein

This week, your LAFD responded to 9,081 incidents and transported 4,248 people to the hospital. Also, this happened. Click here to read the story. Photo: Harry Garvin

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Monday, September 12, 2016 Central Bureau
LAFD Spokesperson: Brian Humphrey
LOS ANGELES -
It took scores of Los Angeles Firefighters more than two hours Monday night, to extinguish flames in a central city business just south of Little Tokyo. 
The Los Angeles Fire Department was summoned at 8:10 PM on September 12, 2016 to...
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
LAFD Spokesperson: Erik Scott

SUN VALLEY - Metrolink train 212 heading south toward Los Angeles on the Antelope Valley line struck a tractor-trailer on September 6th, 2016. No one was critically injured.

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Sunday, September 4, 2016
LAFD Spokesperson: Erik Scott

LOS ANGELES - It is hard to believe that fifteen years have passed since our nation was attacked on September 11, 2001.

While time moves forward, it does not lessen the resolve of firefighters who have pledged: We Shall Never Forget!

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Friday, September 2, 2016
LAFD Spokesperson: Jeremy Oberstein

A 68-year-old grandmother needed help digging a ditch Thursday. Enter the LAFD. Read that story and more in this week's LAFD Week in Review

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LAFD Spokesperson: Jeremy Oberstein

What was life like for LAFD recruits at Drill Tower 40 this week? Find out and see what else happened this week in your LAFD Week in Review.

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LAFD Spokesperson: Jeremy Oberstein

Of the 9,047 incidents this week, how many involved a crane? Find out in this week's Week in Review.

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Friday, August 12, 2016
LAFD Spokesperson: Brian Humphrey

LOS ANGELES - With the return of very hot weather, the Los Angeles Fire Department suggests you take action now to:

• Minimize the risks of sun and hot weather.
• Prepare your household, pets and workplace.
• Get relief from and avoid the effects of heat.

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