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We sadly said goodbye to our own this week while engaging in nearly 9,000 incidents. From heavy hearts to life saving kick starts, this is your LAFD Week in Review.
BEVERLY CREST - Firefighters took less than an hour Thursday morning, to safely rescue a man trapped 50 feet below ground at a residential construction site in a 2 foot diameter excavation.
The Los Angeles Fire Department was summoned at 8:38 AM on October...
This week, your LAFD dispatched to more than 9,400 incidents, including a major emergency fire in Mt. Washington, multiple brush fires throughout the Valley and a few school visits for good measure. Read all...
A welcome home for Vin on his final game wasn't even one of the more than 9,000 incidents your LAFD handled this week. Find the backstory and more in this week's LAFD Week in Review.
This week, your LAFD responded to 9,081 incidents and transported 4,248 people to the hospital. Also, this happened. Click here to read the story. Photo: Harry Garvin
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...
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