Monday, July 24, 2017

Structure fire burning in Canoga Park on Deering Av | raw footage

BREAKING NEWS:

Twenty-four Los Angeles Firefighters battle a Multi-Family residential structure fire on Deering Ave.

Baddboyfilms News Sunday July 23, 2017 , 8:41 p.m. Canoga Park, California
























A rubbish fire broke out inside a shotgun style residence this evening in Canoga Park. The residence is sandwiched between two commercial buildings extending to the back or the structure

Twenty-four Firefighters arrived on scene used efforts and skills they learned in training to battle this structure fire and get a handle on it within minutes before it could endanger the surrounding neighborhood which is loaded with blocks of apartment buildings housing large Canoga Park families and children.  
While the flames penetrated the roof, Firefighters ran into the burning building and called out for survivors or victims, searching for anyone needing help . No injuries were reported and the cause of this fire is still under investigation. 

The residence is allocated on the 7000 block of Deering Ave. The original 911 caller called from a private cellphone from the area of the 7100 block of Deering ave earlier tonight at 8:41 p.m. and Firefighters were dispatched through the 911 operator of Los Angeles emergency 911 system. 
Battalion 17 Chief Wordin was heading the scene tonight.












Firefighters 72's first on scene then followed in by Firefighters from B15, T93, E72, 293, Battalion 17, E84, E105, and L.A.P.D. managed road closures on between the 7100 block of Deering Avenue and Eton Ave. and had bystanders make their way to a safer ground to watch from.
The building turned inferno before the Los Angeles Fire Department arrived and the smoke could be seen from up to 1 mile away. 










Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Woodland Hills Brushfire burning along Topanga exit at 101 Freeway | raw footage

WOODLAND HILLS NEWS: Ventura Freeway 101 Fire just before exiting S. Topanga Cyn. Blvd.

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A fire reported through 911 operators this morning at 11:40 A.M. by drivers traveling by on the 101 Ventura freeway in the eastbound lanes, claimed that they saw smoke and flames rising up along the shoulder of the freeway. 

Los Angeles City Firefighters from station 84 and California Highway Patrol from the Woodland Hills De Soto ave. C.H.P. station responded to the fire reported offramp near Topanga Canyon Boulevard near the 22000 block of Claredon St. in the rear of these commercial abandoned structures. 

Firefighters located the fire and used foam to extinguish the flames which consumed about a 15-20 foot section of the trees and bushes , brush and foliage that decided the commercial building at the 22000 block of Claredon St. and the 101 Ventura Freeway traffic noise . 

Fire hoses crossed the rear of location parking lot where Firefighters sprayed foam mixtures of water onto the flames . C.H.P. closed the road in the front street location so L.A. City Firefighters could battle the blaze and use a fire hydrant allocated across the street of Claredon St. adjutant to this fire’s location. 

No one was reportedly injured and the cause of this fire is under investigation by the local law enforcement and L.A. City Fire Officials. It was unclear how the fire started and no witnesses at the scene were available . 



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Raw Footage at the scene of the Fire: