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Two Injured in Fiery Porter Ranch Collision

Two Injured in Fiery Porter Ranch Collision

Two people were transported to the hospital with minor injuries following a fiery wreck in Porter Ranch on Wednesday, according to Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott. Two vehicles crashed in the 11600 block of Porter Ranch Drive at 6:21 p.m. Both vehicles were well involved in fire when emergency officials arrived on scene. […]

Firefighters Injured in Encino Blaze

Firefighters Injured in Encino Blaze

Four firefighters were injured Wednesday afternoon in a fire that killed two dogs and seriously damaged a three-story $2.5-million mansion in Encino. At 3:37 p.m., the Los Angeles Fire Department received multiple 911 calls about a fire at 4440 Balboa Ave. The first responders found heavy fire coming from the third floor and requested backup. […]

Homeowner Injured in Granada Hills Fire

Homeowner Injured in Granada Hills Fire

A homeowner was hospitalized Wednesday following a kitchen fire in the 17000 block of Chatsworth Street. Firefighters were called to the one-story home at 10:46 a.m. Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott said the fire was contained to the kitchen area. It was extinguished in 18 minutes.

Small Fires Started by North Hills Crash

A power transformer and several trees caught fire Saturday afternoon when a van crashed into a pole at 10300 N. Haskell Ave. in North Hills, according to Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Eric French. The accident happened at 4:11 p.m. Firefighters arrived on scene to find a van crashed into a power pole. One adult […]

Chatsworth Couple Escape Fire

Chatsworth Couple Escape Fire

A Chatsworth couple escaped from their burning home unharmed early Monday morning after a smoke alarm woke them.

Vegetation Fire Threatens Woodland Hills Home

Vegetation Fire Threatens Woodland Hills Home

Firefighters extinguished a vegetation fire that reached the back patio of a home in Woodland Hills early Saturday afternoon. Crews were dispatched to 5124 Allentown Place near Ventura Boulevard at 11:45 a.m., according to Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Brian Humphrey. The fire was knocked down in 19 minutes and was confined to the grass, […]

Man, Dog Escape Motorhome Fire on 405

Man, Dog Escape Motorhome Fire on 405

A man and a dog were able to escape from a burning motorhome alongside the freeway in North Hills on Friday afternoon, according to Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Brian Humphrey. The incident happened at 3:49 p.m. on the right shoulder of the 405 Freeway at Nordhoff Street. The cause of the fire was not […]

Woodland Hills Home Damaged by Fire

Woodland Hills Home Damaged by Fire

A one-story residence in Woodland Hills was damaged by a fire Thursday afternoon. According to Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott, firefighters were dispatched to 7432 Asman Ave. at 4:29 p.m. with reports of a fire in one room. The fire was knocked down in 11 minutes. No injuries were reported. The cause of […]

Firefighters Injured in North Hills Apartment Fire

Two firefighters were injured Saturday afternoon in an electrical fire at a North Hills apartment building. The Los Angeles Fire Department responded to incorrect reports of people trapped in an inferno at 8718 Parthenia Place at 1:06 p.m. According to LAFD spokesman Brian Humphrey, the three occupants of the burning building and neighbors were able […]

Cross-Country Ride Honors Drowning Victim

Cross-Country Ride Honors Drowning Victim

A Wyoming man whose 6-year-old daughter died during a swimming lesson in 2004 brought his message of water safety to the San Fernando Valley on Wednesday. On Sept. 8, Russ Reddick began a 10,000-mile journey from Casper, Wyo., to the “four corners” of the United States. He is raising money for the Drowning Support Network […]

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