Los Angeles City Fire Department

1 Critically Injured In Toluca Lake Apartment FireThe Los Angeles Fire Department responded to the blaze at 10979 Bluffside Drive at approximately 6:30 p.m.
Wreckage Cleared After Small Plane Crash In Pacoima Parking LotThe Cessna single-engine 172 went down Sunday afternoon in the 10300 block of N. San Fernando Road, just across the street from Whiteman Airport.
Leaking Pipe Causes Partial Roof Collapse At Sherman Oaks Apartment ComplexA leaking pipe in a Sherman Oaks apartment complex Thursday afternoon caused the ceilings of some units to collapse.
Pedestrian Fatally Struck By Metro Rail Train In Downtown LAThe incident occurred at the Pershing Square stop just before 3 p.m.
LAFD Contains Blaze At Hollywood Hills Home First responders arrived to 3414 Blair Drive shortly after a fire was reported at the home at 9:29 p.m.
Firefighters Knock Down Blaze At Commercial Building In Sun Valley More than 160 firefighters Monday knocked down a blaze at a commercial building in Sun Valley in about two hours.
Driver Dies After Tractor Crashes Into Water At Terminal IslandThe driver of a utility tractor, which was pulling a trailer, was killed Monday after the vehicle plunged into the water at the Port of Los Angeles.
2 Teens Struck In Valley Village Car Crash HospitalizedThe collision was reported at at 7:34 p.m. at 11000 Magnolia Boulevard., near Vineland Avenue, Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott said.
Fire Crews Rescue 2 Workers Trapped On Scaffolding Outside Century City High-Rise Two window washers were rescued Thursday after being stuck on scaffolding on floor 26 of a 27-story high-rise in Century City.
Crews Rescue Worker Stuck In Eucalyptus Tree In BrentwoodRescue crews found a tree trimmer in a precarious situation in Brentwood on Monday night.
Mom, 2 Infants Injured In Chatsworth Hit-And-Run CrashA 20-year-old mother and her two children were injured in a hit-and-run crash in Chatsworth Thursday afternoon.
Fire Commissioners Call On City Council To Fund Cut Engines, AmbulancesThe Los Angeles City Fire Department could lower response times with the help of the City Council by bringing back cut services.