News - Valley Bureau
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
VAN NUYS - It took nearly 170 Los Angeles Firefighters almost three hours to fully control a massive non-injury blaze at a vacant motel in the central San Fernando Valley Sunday afternoon.
The Los Angeles Fire Department was summoned at 2:04 PM on...
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
A week touched by tragedy and a greater alarm fire finished with joy as we rode an emotional roller coaster that showed the best of what your #LAFD has to offer. What was your favorite moment from this week?...
This week, your LAFD responded to 8,904 calls and took 4,277 people to the hospital. We have a few of those stories in this week's Week in Review.
Plus, we preview this weekend's LAFD 1st...
LOS ANGELES - From a truly 'jolting' reminder - to a beautiful finish, with some amazing moments in-between, that included your LAFD Paramedics on bicycles, and a potentially dangerous emergency at the L.A. Zoo.
All that and more, in just 60 seconds, as we give you a Firefighter's...
NORTH HOLLYWOOD - Though their cat was rescued by Los Angeles Firefighters, a family mourned the loss of their pet dog Friday evening, after it persished in flames that engulfed their east San Fernando Valley residence, leaving them homeless.
How did a North Hills family survive a fire?
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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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