Pasadena Fire Department

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Man, 70ish, Being Taken To Hospital In Ambulance For Non-Life Threatening Matter Killed When It Crashes

The crash happened about 3:45 p.m. in the 1100 block of North Fair Oaks Avenue.


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Pasadena Fire Dept. Knocks Down House Fire 1 Mile From Rose Parade Route

SKY9’s Katie Clark reports flames could be seen rising above the residence near the 210 Freeway in the Orange Grove area shortly before 10 p.m.


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Off-Duty Paramedic Describes Rescuing Man Who Sawed Arms At Home Depot

Police said a man who sawed his own arms to the bone at a West Covina Home Depot Wednesday wouldn’t be alive if it wasn’t for the heroics of an off-duty paramedic.

CBS2 / KCAL9–04/11/2013

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Hiker Critically Injured After Falling 30 Feet From Eaton Canyon Waterfall

A 21-year-old Alhambra woman was hospitalized Tuesday after falling 30 feet from a waterfall in Eaton Canyon.

CBS Los Angeles–11/27/2012

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Charter School In Pasadena Likely ‘Total Loss’ Following Structure Fire

An early morning fire damaged a charter school in Pasadena.



4 Hospitalized After Vehicle Strikes Pasadena Fire Engine‎

A Pasadena fire engine on an emergency run collided with a sedan driven by a teenage boy, injuring him, his passenger and two firefighters.



Elderly Woman, Cat Killed In Pasadena Apartment Fire

Authorities say a 75-year-old woman was killed Wednesday in a fire at a Pasadena apartment complex.


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Pasadena Firefighters ‘Go Pink’ To Raise Awareness For Breast Cancer

Pasadena firefighters will swap their dark uniform shirts for pink ones this week to raise awareness of breast cancer and women’s cancer research as part of Cancer Awareness Month.

CBS2 / KCAL9–10/24/2011

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Power Restored After Vault Explosion In Pasadena

An explosion in an underground electrical vault has caused sporadic power outages in Pasadena.


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Pasadena Fire Department Getting Ladder Truck Back

The Pasadena Fire Department will soon be closer to full strength when they put a four-person ladder truck back into service, which had been removed for budget cuts, according to Chief Dennis J. Downs.