LAFD: Mandeville Canyon Evacuation Drill

Several agencies participate in drill simulating a wind-driven brush fire

 

(LAFD, YouTube)

 

LAFD – MANDEVILLE CANYON – The Los Angeles Fire Department and allied agencies came together with residents of Mandeville Canyon on May 19, 2019 to conduct a large scale evacuation training exercise based on what may occur during a fast-moving wildfire.

Fire Captain/Paramedic Erik Scott, the LAFD’s Public Information Officer shares details of the successful community event.

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Several agencies participate in drill simulating a wind-driven brush fire     LAFD – MANDEVILLE CANYON – The Los Angeles Fire Department and allied agencies came together with residents of Mandeville Canyon on May 19, 2019 to conduct a large scale evacuation training exercise based on what may occur during a fast-moving wildfire. Fire Captain/Paramedic […]

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