Crews Stop Forward Progress After Brush Fire Breaks Out In SylmarShortly after 9 p.m., fire crews were able to stop all forward progress of the blaze.
City Flags Fly At Half-Staff To Honor LAFD Captain Who Died Of COVID-19Mayor Eric Garcetti Tuesday ordered flags in Los Angeles to fly at half-staff following the death of Los Angeles Fire Department Captain George Roque, who died from coronavirus-related complications on Friday.
LAFD Captain George Roque Dies From Coronavirus ComplicationsLos Angeles City Fire Department Captain I George Roque, 57, died Friday at an area hospital from complications of COVID-19.
Firefighter Injured Battling Large Commercial Building Fire In ChatsworthLos Angeles firefighters extinguished a large blaze at a Chatsworth commercial building late Wednesday night after a 90-minute firefight.
Human Remains Recently Found In Mexico Are Those Of Missing FirefighterThe human remains recently found in Mexico are those of missing Los Angeles firefighter Francisco Aguilar, a Los Angeles Fire Department spokesperson said Wednesday.
LAFD's New Firefighting Robot Rolls Into Action Early At Downtown LA Building FireThe nation’s first firefighting robot got put to work early Tuesday on a building fire in downtown LA’s textile district.
2 Firefighters, Pick-Up Truck Driver Injured In Northridge-Area Crash Involving LA Fire Department EngineThe crash happened just after 10:05 a.m. at Roscoe Boulevard and Wilbur Avenue in the Northridge area.
Only On: LAFD Captain Injured In Explosion Talks About Brush With Death, RecoveryLos Angeles fire Capt. Victor Aguirre said he feels he cheated death twice — once while trying to escape from the inferno and again at the hospital where he said he believed God had allowed him one last chance to see his family.
WATCH: An Inside Look At 'Country's Busiest Fire Station,' LAFD Station No. 9A dozen firefighters were injured from LAFD Station No. 9 in a fire and explosion in Downtown Los Angeles on Saturday night.
2 More LAPD Employees Test Positive For CoronavirusA total of sixty-three Los Angeles Police Department employees have tested positive for coronavirus, officials said.
LAFD, LAPD Each Report Additional Case Of CoronavirusBoth the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles Fire Department Thursday reported one employee each has tested positive for COVID-19.