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News, Media, and Editorial

As our team works to create a more resilient Los Angeles, we’ll post stories, videos, podcasts, and press information here in the MySafe:LA blog. Because we work throughout the Los Angeles region, we gain insight and experience into many different life experiences. Some of them are worth sharing. We hope you enjoy each post.


Fireworks Are No Fun When Someone is Injured.

Everyone loves fireworks. There are some wonderful shows all around the greater Los Angeles area where you can safely enjoy the wonder of these often powerful, colorful explosives. That’s right

Gas Leak

A Gas Leak Nearly Blew Up My House!

We’ve all read about people experiencing a fire that destroyed their home. If you’re like most of us, you probably think, “well, that can’t happen to me.” It’s a natural

firemen in front of truck

What Happened at the Boston Marathon?

For many children and young adults, the tragic terror bombing during the 2013 Boston Marathon will result in confusion, fear, and lots of questions. The terror attacks of 9/11/2001 occurred

Northridge Quake

Lessons From The Northridge Quake of 1994

Imagine this: Several million people shaken out of bed at 4:31AM by a rolling, jolting killer earthquake. 60 people died. $20 billion dollars to repair the damage. And we’re told

firefighter with kids

A Safe Start to the New Year

Happy New Year from everyone at MySafe:LA. As we look towards a busy 2013, here are some thoughts on being safe during the coming year: First of all, remember that


It’s That Time Again

This Sunday marks the end of daylight savings time. Daylight Saving Time (United States) began Sunday, March 11, 2012, 2:00am, and ends Sunday, November 4, 2012, 2:00am. (Except Arizona and

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