Storm season is here. Residents living in recent burn areas should monitor this page for updates regarding any evacuations, road closures or media releases. All residents should heed any and all emergency notifications. The potential for falling rocks and mud and debris flow exists and residents should maintain good situation awareness. Many canyon and local roads will be slippery and all motorists are urged to drive cautiously and slow down. Do not attempt to cross flooded areas and never enter moving water.
Residents living in recent burn areas should monitor this page for updates regarding any evacuations, road closures or media releases.
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CANCELED SIGALERT AT SB I-405 JNO SHERMAN WAY, ROADWAY CLEAR
July 5th...what a day (& night)...seven wildfires, hoist rescue, remote rescue, medevac. Worked with multiple agencies including @LACoFD @LAFD @GlendaleFireCA @BurbankFire @Angeles_NF @CAL_FIRE (📷 courtesy @GregDoyle50 & @austinlafd) #SoledadFire #PunchbowlFire #ThreePointsFire
🇺🇸4th of July 2020🇺🇸
—Incoming Phone Calls: 2,843
—Dispatched 911 Calls: 1,676
(In comparison to 2019: 1,349)
—🔥 505 Fire Calls
—🚑 1,033 Medical & Rescue Calls
—🚒 138 Service Calls
—🏥 637 Transported to Hospital
Peak Hour: 2100 (214 Dispatched, 480 Calls Answered!) @LACOFD
#SoledadFire Incident Update for 07/07/2020 @ 1700.
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Los Angeles County firefighters, with an assist
from Los Angeles Fire Department, battled a brush fire today near the Antelope
Valley (14) Freeway in Santa Clarita that has scorched at least 400 acres. @LACOFD @LACoFDPIO @LACoFireAirOps
#CanyonFire: Spread of the fire has been stopped.
BRUSH FIRE | #LACoFD units on-scene assisting @VCFD_PIO with the #CanyonIncident located along the 5800 block of Woolsey Canyon Road. This fire is several miles south of the #KuehnerIncident
#CanyonIncident Firefighter are on scene of a brush fire off of Woolsey Canyon Rd. (5800 block) firefighters have made access and helicopters are dropping water. No injuries. Cause under investigation.@LACOFD @LAFD and @VCFD
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