City authorities confirmed Tuesday they are looking into the arrest of a Fullerton firefighter following violence and vandalism after the US Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach Sunday.
The accident occurred at approximately 3:20 p.m. in front of a house on the 8800 block of Indiana Ave., near Arrowhead Street.
First responders arrived to 3414 Blair Drive shortly after a fire was reported at the home at 9:29 p.m.
LA County Fire Capt. Joe Woyjeck accompanied his 21-year-old son’s body on a cargo plane back to Southern California Wednesday.
L.A. County Fire Department Engineer Roy Rodriguez said this weekend’s tragedy brought back a stream of memories about the close calls he and his fellow firefighters have experienced on duty.
Loved ones are remembering three firefighters from Orange County who perished over the weekend in an Arizona wildfire.
A local firefighter with strong ties to Oklahoma is flying there to volunteer his time.
Norm Cione, a paid call firefighter for the San Bernardino County Fire Department, responded to a call at his childhood home last Tuesday after murder suspect Christopher Dorner barricaded himself in the Angelus Oaks cabin.
An arson investigation was underway Thursday after a man’s body was discovered in an early morning fire at a San Fernando Valley strip mall.
A brush fire broke out Sunday afternoon in a recreation area north of Lake Piru.
A nearly century-old auditorium at a school in Highland Park was drying out Sunday after being partially flooded in a construction accident.
At least three firefighters suffered heat-related injuries and dozens of residents evacuated their homes after a fire broke out above State Highway 18.
An off-duty firefighter was hospitalized on Monday after falling from rocks in the Porter Ranch area.
An architect who designed and oversaw construction of a Hollywood Hills mansion has been arrested and charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection with the 2011 death of a Los Angeles Fire Department firefighter, authorities said.
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