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Fireworks and Burns, a Lifetime of Memories

Every year, important messages about fireworks are ignored by thousands of people, and often, the result is an unhappy ending. Burns and the scars they leave can last a lifetime. Children are most often those who are injured or killed. Fireworks are fun to watch and represent our country’s independence....
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MySafe:LA Teaching CPR in L.A. Schools

MySafe:LA, in collaboration with the Los Angeles Fire Department Operations Valley Bureau, has successfully completed a Hands Only CPR training pilot program in high schools in LA’s San Fernando Valley. The program is in response to Assembly Bill 1719, which mandates Hands Only CPR training as a graduation requirement, if a...
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Rain Means Being Prepared Now!

Weather forecasters are predicting a major rain event this week. You may know that forecasters are calling this storm one of the strongest in years, with up to six inches of rain in just a few days. If you live in the hills, or anywhere in the City of Los Angeles where...
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Have a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving!

I love Thanksgiving! It’s a uniquely American holiday, and it’s all about Food, Fellowship, Family, and Football. My late father always called it his favorite holiday, because there were no presents to buy, no hustling and bustling like during Christmas, and lots of good, stick-to-your ribs food. I suspect that...
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Arson: Murder by Coward

People are getting away with murder, and often, there’s nobody to stop them. The murder weapon: An arsonist’s torch. Yesterday afternoon (9/29/16), the Los Angeles Fire Department celebrated seven of its heroic members (and recognized three K9 search dogs) during an award ceremony in downtown Los Angeles. Active and retired members were...
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