Southwest Airlines Scare At John Wayne Airport Causes InjuriesAll 139 passengers and five crew members were ordered to evacuate on emergency slides deployed at the front of the plane after a crew member detected smoke. 
Construction Worker's Cigarette Likely Cause Of Mt. Washington Garage ExplosionA construction worker in Mount Washington taking some time to smoke might have ignited a garage explosion today that left a 61-year-old man in serious condition with burns to his head, face and arms, officials said.
Senior Apartment Building Evacuated As Fire Erupts, Woman Suffers Smoke InhalationThe fire erupted around 10 p.m. at the seven-story building at 24th and St. Andrews Pl.
Southern California Fires Impact Air QualityThe second week of summer brings two fires to Orange County -- and lots of smoke.
Our Official Food Guide To Smorgasburg L.A.DTLA recently welcomed Brooklyn-born Smorgasburg to the Alameda Produce Market which features a collection of prime food offerings in an open-air market you won't want to miss out on!
Another Reported Fire Involving Hoverboard Destroys Rialto Woman's CarMaria Gomez was with her cousin and father in her 2014 Kia Optima when she said the hoverboard caught on fire.
Bakersfield Man Suffers Serious Injuries After E-Cigarette ExplosionLast month, 23-year-old Vicente Garza of Bakersfield had an e-ciggarette blow up in his face.
Plane Headed To Peru Returns To LAX After Crew Thought They Smelled SmokeThe 230 passengers were taken to an area hotel for the evening.
Crews Tackle House Fire In El MonteLos Angeles County firefighters were called to the 11500 block of Forest Grove before 6 p.m. Monday.
Pilot Makes Safe Landing At Van Nuys After Engine FailureA small plane was able to make a safe landing at the Van Nuys Airport on Saturday afternoon after the pilot reported smoke in the cockpit following an engine failure.
7 Cats Killed, Others Rescued In Northridge House FireThe blaze at a residence in the 17000 block of West Chase Street was reported at approximately 2:45 p.m. Tuesday.
LAFD Offers Free Smoke Alarms To Reduce Deadly House FiresMayor Eric Garcetti Monday announced new Los Angeles Fire Department initiatives to reduce residential fire fatalities, including the availability of free smoke alarms at LA fire stations.

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