Orange County Fire Authority

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In Southern California, drowning prevention and water safety should be practiced on a year-round basis with special emphasis during the summer months. Drowning Prevention for Kids: Always keep children within arm’s reach Remove items that a child could climb on to get over a fence and into a pool area …continue reading

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At approximately 8:29 a.m. Los Alamitos Police Department Officers responded to the area of Farquhar Ave. and Maple St. regarding a call for a medical aid. Officers arrived on scene and located two individuals in need of medical attention. Officers administered CPR to both individuals until Orange County Fire Authority …continue reading

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When I stepped outside this morning, a strong smell of “something’s burning” smacked me in the face. However, when I checked the CalFire active incidents map, nothing seemed close enough to generate the intense smell. So I checked the Orange County Fire Authority active incidents page. After a string of …continue reading

An ordinance exempting City of Los Alamitos from the California Values Act passed by a 4-1 vote on Monday, March 19, 2018. Councilman Mark Chirco was the lone vote against.

Orange County Breeze in the field reports that northbound Los Alamitos Blvd. at Los Coyotes Bridge has been closed due to a traffic collision. First responders, including the two units from the Orange County Fire Authority, were at the location. Drivers are advised to seek alternate routes until the scene …continue reading