The American Heart Association honored Los Angeles County Fire Chief Daryl Osby with its Award of Meritorious Achievement for his commitment to teaching Hands-Only CPR to middle and high school students throughout Los Angeles County.
Los Angeles County Fire Department personnel trained 22 firefighters from Mexico, Guatemala, Bolivia, Colombia, Argentina and Chile in auto extrications, forcible entries, wildland fires, rope rescues, hazardous materials firefighting and more as part of the Bomberos International Fire Academy.
A 15-year member of the Los Angeles County Fire Department, Fire Fighter Specialist Dan Trevizo has spent 11 years working at fire stations in the City of Pomona.
Hundreds of people gathered for the 2015 Valor Awards at the Pasadena Convention Center on the evening of Thursday, May 28, to recognize and honor 59 members of the Department, both sworn and civilian, as well as three outside civilians.
Almost three years after Matthew Scalice’s heart stopped while he was swimming in a pool in Santa Clarita, Matthew reunited with the Los Angeles County firefighters and hospital personnel who saved his life.
Eleven Los Angeles County Fire Department firefighters are honored for their service to the community at U.S. Rep. Grace Napolitano’s first annual Prayer Breakfast and Public Safety Recognition event.
Take 10 minutes to learn how to save a life! The County of Los Angeles Emergency Medical Services Agency is once again coordinating free hands-only CPR training on Sidewalk CPR Day, June 4, at more than 70 sites across Los Angeles County.