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LAFD Firefighter is Released From Hospital Eleven Days After Explosion Injuries
LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles City Fire Department Firefighter who was seriously injured in the Wilmington explosion on February 15th was released from the Los Angeles General Medical Center this afternoon.

Firefighters Extinguish Tujunga House Fire, Officers Investigate Death
TUJUNGA - LAFD Firefighters responded to a two-story home on fire, where one man was discovered dead, leading officers to open an investigation.  

Strong February Rain Storms Hit Los Angeles Area
LOS ANGELES - City of Los Angeles Storm Response - Wednesday, February 21, 2024 - Final Storm Update

READY, SET, GO!

The Los Angeles Fire Department encourages you to be prepared in the event of a brush fire. For those of you living near the current incidents, be vigilant and keep your TV or radio on. Make certain you have your family critical papers, phone data, pets, and other valuables ready to evacuate if so directed.

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RED FLAG PARKING

To increase public safety, the Fire Department and Department of Transportation have created a program to remove illegally parked vehicles in posted locations within the Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zones. The goal of this program is to educate the public on the potential hazards associated with a fast-moving brush fire, and the importance of keeping roadways clear.

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BRUSH

The canyons of Los Angeles are always a challenge in terms of fire safety. In addition to obvious brushy hillsides, there are multiple types of fire hazards that exist because of ornamental vegetation. The Los Angeles Fire Department works year-round to ensure those with this type of shrubbery obey the Fire Code relative to clearance and care.

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