LOS ANGELES - Each week offers 168 hours of challenge for the men and women of your Los Angeles Fire Department, who on average, respond to an incident somewhere in the City every _______ seconds.
FInd the surprising answer to that question, and bear witness to acts of compassion and courage, in...
The Sand Fire consumed much of our attention and quite a few resources in a week that also included major emergency fires and a few saves. Spend five minutes, see some of the best photos from around L.A. this week in the...
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From the air and ont he ground, your LAFD responded to more than 8,000 incidents this week, including this Greater Alarm Fire in El Sereno. We also handed out smoke alarms, visited a few schools and......
HARVARD HEIGHTS - A mid-morning inferno south of Koreatown left 14 persons homeless Wednesday morning, and briefly hospitalized one Police Officer.
The Los Angeles Fire Department was notified at 10:13 AM on July 13, 2016 of a structure fire at...
HERMON - It took more than 100 firefighters to battle a greater alarm fire that damaged three adjoining business in northeast Los Angeles early Wednesday morning.
The Los Angeles Fire Department was summoned at 4:28 AM on July 13, 2016 to the...
The week tipped off in fine form and while we responded to more than 9,000 incidents, nothing equaled these three-year-olds who reminded us why we have the best job in the world. That was a high point but...
Your LAFD responded to 9,280 incidents this past week and transported 4,281 people to local hospitals. Here’s a glimpse at what else happened in this week's Week in Review.
— Find Your Station
— Fire Safety
— Medical Emergencies
— Evacuation Info
— Disaster Readiness
— Smoking Violation
— Fire Stat LA
— Los Angeles Community Resource Guide for Immigrant Angelenos