Post Tagged with: "Los Angeles Fire Department"

Scene from a traffic collision on Chautauqua on Feb. 13, 2018. Credit: Palisades Patrol

1 Dead, 2 Injured, Including PGA Golfer Bill Haas In Chautauqua Crash

UPDATED: This story has been updated to identify the deceased. The Los Angeles Fire Department and Palisades Patrol
Members of the FEMA’s California Urban Search and Rescue Task Force helped residents in Houston.
Photo: Tom Kitahata

LAFD Station 69’s Tom Kitahata Responds to 2017 Hurricanes With FEMA

By Sarah Stockman Staff Writer Captain Tom Kitahata, a father of three, has been a firefighter in the Los Angeles Fire D
Traffic collision with a telephone pole on Saturday, Feb. 10. at Sunset and Amalfi. Credit: Palisades Patrol

Driver Crashes, Knocks Over Telephone Pole at Sunset and Amalfi

On Saturday night at approximately 9:37 p.m., there was a collision at Sunset and Amalfi, with luckily no injuries repor
Credit: Palisades Patrol

City Workers Strike Fire Hydrant on Palisades Drive

Around 2:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon, Palisades Patrol reports that city workers backed into a fire hydrant on Palisades
Collision between vehicle and bicyclist on Palisades Drive on Jan. 31, 2018. Credit: Palisades Patrol

Bicyclist Struck By Car on Palisades Drive

Palisades Patrol reports that at approximately at 10:01 p.m. on Wednesday night, LAPD West LA Division received a call o
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Hiker Suffers Cardiac Arrest in Will Rogers State Park

A 55-year-old woman was transported to a local hospital in grave condition Sunday after she was found in cardiac arrest
Two cats with differing IQs were rescued from a tree by a specialized animal rescue team. Gunnar here taught himself to use the toilet.

Two Rescued Pacific Palisades Cats Have Different Stories

Jeaneen and Mika Fabbro, who live in Tahitian Terrace overlooking the ocean, have two cats of far differing IQ’s. Five
Christmas tree recycling options in LA. Credit: https://www.lacitysan.org

Christmas Tree Recycling Options Available for Pacific Palisades

Homeowners are reminded that they can recycle Christmas trees by taking off all the ornaments, decorations (including ti
Smoke over Pacific Palisades on Dec. 6, 2017 from the Skirball fire.

Viewpoint – Responding to Fires: The Good and the Ugly

By Sue Pascoe Editor As wildfires raged this month in the Ventura area, San Diego County, the San Fernando Valley and in