How did a North Hills family survive a fire?
Why was 2015 notable?
How did a pair of hikers, lost in the hills of Los Angeles, make it to safety?
How many calls did your LAFD respond to this week?
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LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) recorded a 54% drop in structure fire-related fatalities in 2015 as it continues to implement new Community Risk Reduction initiatives.
In calendar year 2015, 11 civilians died in structure fires in the City of Los...
Well, hello El Niño. Calls increased by about 17% this week as your LAFD handed out half a million sand bags and up to 1,000 tons of sand during #LARain. River rescues and stranded passengers on flooded streets...
This week, your LAFD responded to 9,067 calls. This special moment captured below may not have been one of them, but it did prove to be among the best parts of our week.
LOS ANGELES - The combined efforts of the Los Angeles Fire Department, Los Angeles County Fire Department, Angeles National Forest, Glendale Fire Department and Burbank Fire Department ensured a timely knockdown of a 15 acre brush fire in the canyon leading into Angeles National Forest.
At 3:07PM on...
LOS ANGELES - LAFD Firefighters and Arson investigators were very busy through the night, extinguishing and investigating a series of eight fires in the North Hollywood and Sun Valley areas that may have been intentionally set.
VAN NUYS - A dog and pet bird died, and a family of four was hospitalized with burns, when fire erupted in their shared bedroom at a central San Fernando Valley home late Sunday morning.
The Los Angeles Fire Department was summoned at...
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