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L.A. County Fire Department @LACoFDPIORT @Angeles_NF: #BobcatFire Evening Operational Update for September 22, 2020 #LACoFD #LACoFDPIO https://t.co/D7Wdrz8H8g8 hours ago 52 0
L.A. County Fire Department @LACoFDPIOAs favorable weather allows, crews will continue strategic firing operations throughout the evening. Firefighting crews will be actively engaged to increase containment and mop up hot spots throughout the night. #BobcatFire #LACoFD https://t.co/om3IXYLidt10 hours ago 29 153
L.A. County Fire Department @LACoFDPIOThe #BobcatFire is currently at 112,053 acres with 17% containment. There are currently 1,556 personnel assigned to the incident. #LACoFD https://t.co/Wf8pidqOPm10 hours ago 34 80
L.A. County Fire Department @LACoFDPIO#BobcatFire defensive firing operation is going well at Mt. Wilson. Aerial firing operations will start at 5 p.m. and residents might see smoke coming from the Mt. Wilson area. #LACoFD https://t.co/MaxCfttoMH13 hours ago 72 220
L.A. County Fire Department @LACoFDPIOSTRUCTURE FIRE | FS36 | 21719 Grace Ave #Carson | Units on-scene of a 1 story home. Initial report stating fire through the roof. #GraceIC #LACoFD14 hours ago 1 10

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Congratulations, LACoFD Retirees!

Congratulations, LACoFD Retirees! Angel Scott

Congratulations to the following Los Angeles County Fire Department employees who recently retired in November and December 2019 from County service!

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LACoFD Team Members Recognized for Helping Homeless

LACoFD Team Members Recognized for Helping Homeless 150 150 Angel Scott

On Tuesday, March 10, 2020, Los Angeles County Fourth District Supervisor Janice Hahn recognized members of the Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD) for assisting with the development of the Harbor Interfaith homeless shelter in San Pedro.

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LACoFD’s East Regional Ops Bureau Hosts 2020 VIP Tour

LACoFD’s East Regional Ops Bureau Hosts 2020 VIP Tour Angel Scott

On Thursday, March 5, 2020, the Los Angeles County Fire Department’s (LACoFD) East Regional Operations Bureau hosted its annual VIP tour for city council members and community stakeholders within Divisions II, IV, VIII and IX.

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