Los Angeles County Fire Department first responders worked closely with deputies from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to treat more than a dozen people “wounded” in an active shooter/mass casualty incident training exercise at Cerritos High School.
Division 7 Senior Nurse Instructor Mary Valance calls her research into preventing smoke-related illnesses and exertional heat injuries “a passion that I have, above and beyond my normal duties.”
Foresters from the Los Angeles County Fire Department answered questions and distributed native tree seedlings at this year’s L.A. Environmental Education Fair.
Edmond Aslan, who suffered severe burns in a crash at the end of November, returns to Fire Station 125 to thank his rescuers. “Every firefighter who helped me that night did an amazing job,” Aslan says.
Fire Captain Keith Mora, who previously served as an inspector in the Public Information Office, is the Department’s new Public Information Officer.