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A week in which sparks flew, dogs were saved and an owl was rescued. We also basked in the warm glow of a Good Samaritan who stepped in to save a World War II veteran. Find out the story and more in your LAFD...
Many favorite moments from the week. What was yours? Let us know after you take five minutes reading the LAFD Week in Review.
LOS ANGELES - Your LAFD firefighters are dedicated to serving our communities and we're honored to share some of the ways they did so in this LAFD Week in Review for 3.11.16.
We experienced the high highs of inspiring young Angelenos and celebrating our proud to tradition to the low lows of honoring those who've passed. It was an instructive week we invite you to read about in your...
SOUTH LOS ANGELES - A man suffered serious smoke inhalation, and a woman - rescued by firefighters, was fighting for her life, after flames swept through their South L.A. apartment Monday night.
The Los Angeles Fire Department was summoned at 9:19 PM on...
In this week's review, we spotlight an emergency landing on a residential street, an air rescue in the hills of Griffith Park and quick work by firefighters after a row of palm trees caught fire. We also spent some time at the third recruitment expo and took a glimpse back at one of the more...
A smoke inhallated bulldog named Potato (he's OK!), a finish line proposal (she said, I do!) and a massive, wind-whipped fire (no injuries!) highlight your LAFD Week in Review for 2.19.16
A dog was saved, a cat was rescued and fire erupted in an 83-year-old building in Downtown. And that was just Tuesday. See what else happened in the LAFD Week in Review for 2.12.16
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