LA, Glendale Firefighters Head To Mariposa County To Help With River FireFirefighters from Los Angeles and Glendale have been deployed to Northern California to help battle the River Fire, burning since Sunday in Mariposa County.
Construction Worker Critically Injured After Large Pipe Falls On HimA construction worker was critically injured Tuesday when a large pipe fell on him at a site in the 11500 block of Wilshire Boulevard.
Woman Steals LAFD Ambulance, Crashes It Into Pole In North HillsPolice say firefighters were responding to a 911 call at Parthenia Street and Columbus Avenue at about 3:25 a.m. when a woman jumped into an ambulance and took off.
Person Struck And Killed By Amtrak Train In North HollywoodA person was struck and killed Saturday by an Amtrak Pacific Surfliner passenger train in North Hollywood.
2 Men Hospitalized After Large Explosion At Valley Glen Home, Investigation OngoingNeighbors were slowing cleaning up their street after Los Angeles Fire Department crews responded late Sunday to a Valley Glen home when a large explosion rocked an entire neighborhood.
LAFD Firefighters Contain Blaze At Shadow Hills HomeLos Angeles Fire Department crews Tuesday battled a blaze at a two-story home in Shadow Hills.
1 Dead In Hancock Park Apartment FireA man died Monday after an apartment building caught fire in Hancock Park, the Los Angeles Fire Department said.
LAFD Has Enough COVID-19 Vaccine For Its Firefighters, But Only About Half Volunteer To Get ItAs of Monday, only 1,842 of the department’s approximately 3,400 firefighters have received the vaccine, officials said.
2 LAFD Fire Engines Get Stuck On Washed Out Road In Lincoln HeightsNot one, but two Los Angeles Fire Department fire engines got stuck Friday evening on a washed out road in Lincoln Heights.
Authorities Investigating After Body Found Floating In WilmingtonThe Los Angeles Fire Department Friday was assisting Port Police with the recovery of a body discovered floating in the water.
Fire Rips Through Shuttered Sun Valley RestaurantIt took a little under four hours for crews to finally bring the fire under control. No one was hurt.