The fire in the 4,684-square-foot structure in the 14300 block of Foothill Boulevard was reported at 1:54 a.m. Monday, said Brian Humphrey of the Los Angeles Fire Department. –Read More
Firefighters, police, and Ambulance crews were summoned to the home of a 20 year old male who had been in a physical altercation with his family members earlier in the morning. Ventura Police peacefully took the subject into custody and Ventura Fire Paramedics and AMR personnel performed a medical assessment on the patient. –Read More
Kern County Fire Department crews extinguished a house fire in Taft Saturday morning after receiving reports of flames coming from a residence’s roof.
Smoke from the building made the fire’s presence known before fire crews arrived: after leaving the station, firefighters saw the smoke and called for a reinforced fire alarm, KCFD said. –Read More
The Los Angeles Fire Department received a call at 8:17 p.m. about a fire on the third floor of a building at 421 E. 6th Street, officials said. –Read More
Sacramento Fire Department crews were called to the smoky fire at 34th Street and Stockton Boulevard about 4:30 a.m. –Read More
Two bodies were discovered as firefighters battled a house fire Friday in the North County community of Rainbow, and investigators are now looking into the possibility of foul play. –Read More
Firefighters responded to the call just after 3 p.m. The first arriving units on scene reported heavy smoke and fire from the garage area of the home. –Read More
More than 50 teens and young adults got a firsthand taste of a firefighter’s life Wednesday, as they grappled with a series of seven seven mock emergencies as part of the Orange County Fire Authority’s annual Fire Explorer Academy. — Read More
A two-alarm house fire broke out on the Elmwood Street in Mountain View on Tuesday night, leaving one injured and causing significant damage to the home.
Mountain View emergency dispatchers received multiple reports of a fire at the single-family residence at the 200 block of Elmwood Street around 7:20 p.m. When firefighters arrived on the scene, there was heavy smoke in the area and flames coming from the home, according to a press release from the Mountain View Fire Department. –Read More
Ronald Estensen was outside with landscapers when one of the workers noticed smoke rising from his residence at 1503 Ridgebrook Way, he told the Enterprise-Record. At first, he believed the black smoke was coming from his neighbor’s home, but upon a closer look he saw it was actually from his. –Read More