Saturday, November 24, 2007

LAFD Responds to Corral Canyon Fire in Malibu

Pursuant of a formal Mutual Aid Request, the Los Angeles Fire Department has assigned two Strike Teams of Firefighters, one LAFD Helicopter, one seasonally contracted Helitanker and one Assistant Chief Officer as an agency representative, to assist the Los Angeles County Fire Department in their battle against a brush fire in the Santa Monica Mountains near Malibu, California, twelve miles west of our City.

Source: http://lafd.blogspot.com/

2 comments:

  1. where can i find a map that shows where the fire is? we have friends at the top of Piuma Rd. and want to know if their place is in danger.

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  2. My question exactly. This kind of information is sorely needed when these kinds of disasters occur.

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