Thursday, October 26, 2017

Tarzana - Fire ripped through attic and carport at a residence 19642 W Friar St Said Battalion Chief Wordin

UPDATE NEWS: 
Structure Fire - Tarzana, CA
19642 W Friar St 
(investigator) Battalion Chief Wordin
Baddboyfilms News, October 26, 2017 @5:51pm

Structure Fire 19600 block of Friar Street in Tarzana Raw Footage


Carport Fire reported along the 19600 block of West Friar St. East of Corbin Ave. 

The fire broke out Thursday evening at 5:25pm in the carport of a single-family dwelling on the 19600 block of West Friar Street in the southern part of Tarzana, CA. The fire extended through the eastern side of the neighboring yard, which was separated by a cinder block wall.













There is a over-grown tree that is growing in this carport and that ignited into a ball of flame, shooting flames upward and igniting the neighbor’s plastic garden sheds which were constructed between the block wall and their house. As flames extended up their walls, it burned up the plastic, billions of black dense smoke could be seen as far as Topanga Canyon Boulevard and Erwin St. at the Westfield Village at Topanga as the house wall caught fire and the orange flames traveled into the attic of the front rooms in the home after licking it’s outside roof for a few minutes. The tree was fully involved which had heated the roof from the outside while flames licked the edges and fire finally entered the home’s attic tearing through their home in a partial area of the house, authorities said. No news into the cause of this fire and the how the fire started is still under investigation. Witnesses told Battalion Chief Andrew Wordin that they didn’t know what caused the fire. They said they heard popping sounds and came out to see. They noted their power in one house shutting down. They didn’t know what was going on till they saw the orange flames, said a homeowner who wants to remain anonymous. .









LA Firefighters had to cut large holes into the roof to ventilate the fumes and smoke caused by this structure fire. The homeowners were upset that they just lost their home to fire but they were lucky to of walked away alive to safety. Over 40 Los Angeles Firefighters with a Fire Chief from BC17 and a Battalion Chief from BC17 and many LAFD Paramedics were on standby incase a firefighter or anyone got hurt on scene and needed transportation to a local hospital. Lucky all the children were not hurt and made it out of their homes safely. Baddboyfilms News was on scene.



























Incident  type: Fire originated outside, involving a carport at a single family dwelling. Fire extended into the exposed single family dwelling, including the attic. No injuries reported.
Location: 19600 block of Friar St. 
Date/Time: October 26, 2017, Thursday, 5:25pm
Injuries reported: None
Type of structures: two neighboring single family dwellings in a residential zoned neighborhood. 


On scene: EM17 Fire Captain Holt , RA72, RA73, RA93, T105, T93, CM12, CM42, BC17 Battalion Chief Andrew Wordin, E293, E305, E273






















Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Northridge Car Crash leaves 6 critically injured, 3 being children under 10 years old, LAPD Bustos said

Northridge, CA

News Update: 

Update 6 injured Northridge Crash at the 19500 block W. Roscoe Boulevard cross intersection Shirley Avenue.

Original news: 2 car, 5 injured Traffic Accident was considered a Hit & Run on October 10, 2017 on the 19500 block along Roscoe Bl in Northridge, CA

Wednesday , October 11, 2017
Baddboyfilms news / Raw footage credits



[News updated from editorial:  Tuesday 3:50 pm, 19500 W. Roscoe Blvd. October 10, 2017]





                          







































There was no pedestrian struck. There was no pedestrian at all at this scene.




The man driving the 2003 silver Toyota Tacoma made a left turn heading South on Shirley from facing Westbound on Roscoe Blvd.  He cut in front of and crashed head-on into the approaching a blue four door 2015 Subaru WRX which was traveling east bound in lane number one with 5 people in the car. 

The male driver of the Toyota Tacoma in his impact of the Subaru, flipping his truck and ejected the driver because the Toyota Tacoma driver wasn’t wearing his seatbelt. He was ejected from out the rear window of the truck and fell on the roadway behind the vehicles as they continued to travel in the direction of the crash. 


 The first Police investigative report told a different story to media. They said they thought there was a pedestrian who was struck in the crosswalk but intact it was the driver of the Toyota Tacoma who they though to be a pedestrian until they found our inside the hospital that the pedestrian and the registered owner of the Toyota Tacoma somehow had shared to exact same name, home address and social security number. 

All people at the traffic accident are now accountable. No one is missing. Police have done a excellent job in their investigating and the public doesn’t have to be worried of a man running around wanted from this incident anymore. Everyone has been accounted for. 

6 people are injured, this story update reports that there was 3 minors aged 18 months old baby boy, a 9 year old boy and a 10 year old brother inside the 2015 Subaru WRX when it crashed, along with a mother and there father, all 5 were seriously injured when help arrived to transport them to local hospitals. 


























When the accident occurred, witnesses and bystanders rushed to the victims to help push the pick up truck off the blue Subaru as it was crushing them under it intruder to get the car doors open and get the people trapped inside, outside of the vehicle. 

The man who was the driver of the Toyota Tacoma wasn’t inside he truck, therefore the witnesses assumed he ran away making the first press release a Felony Hit & Run suspect, said Bill Bustos LAPD.
 No one at the scene during the accident had told police that they actually saw the driver of the pick-up truck fall out or get ejected from the rear window of his truck as the accident had happened so fast. 

Los Angeles Police Detectives had a tip from the hospital Head Nurse's station that the so-called Pedestrian they thought was one has mysteriously matched the name of the registered owner of the Toyota Tacoma at the accident scene making this not a felony hit & run. All six injured people taken from the scene are accountable by police as being all of whom were involved. No one ran away. No suspect's to arrest for hit & run charges.  

It turned out to be just a traffic accident with injuries.  LAPD Officer Bustos was part of the investigation supervisors on this incident. 












From Baddboyfilms news in HD Raw Footage: 










On scene: 
Los Angeles Fire Department resigning to a expanded traffic accident at the 19500 block of West Roscoe Boulevard with children reported trapped were BC17, E104, E273, E293, E70, EM12, EM15, EM17, HR70, RA104, RA105, RA106, RA70, RA72, RA93, RA96, T73, T93