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L.A. County Fire Department @LACoFDPIOINJURY ATV ACCIDENT | FS81 | Boiling Point Mtwy/W Shannon Valley Rd #Acton | 1 pediatric patient being transported to a local area hospital via Paramedic staffed @LACoFireAirOps helicopter and 1 adult patient being transported via ground ambulance. #LACoFD11 hours ago 7 20
L.A. County Fire Department @LACoFDPIOAPARTMENT STRUCTURE FIRE | FS37 | 1041 E AVE Q-3 #Palmdale | LAC Crews on-scene reporting vehicle fire in carport of an apartment building. INC#0098 #LACoFD1 day ago 1 9
L.A. County Fire Department @LACoFDPIOBRUSH FIRE | FS69 | 22075 Topanga School Rd #Topanga | Units working a 1/4 acre fire in light grass. #SchoolFire #LACoFD2 days ago 10 35
L.A. County Fire Department @LACoFDPIOSTRUCTURE FIRE | FS32 | 1103 N Alameda Ave #Azusa | Units on-scene reporting a single story home showing heavy smoke and fire. #AlamedaIC #LACoFD4 days ago 3 9
L.A. County Fire Department @LACoFDPIOSTRUCTURE FIRE | FS114 | E Avenue O/ N 135th St E #LakeLosAngeles | Units on-scene reporting a fully involved mobile home with a 50x50 spot. #135thIC #LACoFD4 days ago 2 13

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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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