Monday, December 04, 2006


UPDATE: Click here for the latest Red Flag info from the LAFD site. And check out the surprisingly cool LAFD blog.

With all of the Red Flag days lately I wanted to pull out a pic from a couple months ago. As most people know, there is a water refill station that the fire helicopters use, up in the hills of Montecito Heights. We got to remember to thank these guys and girls who are out there risking their lives everyday to save your houses, and lives.

Of course there are always the asses who graffiti the Red Flag day signs as I have seen some posts about it on the local sites. Why? And I am sure it is the lame sort of tagging and nothing artistic about it whatsoever. And they have to use special extensions to tag the high Red Flag signs. Use those extensions to produce a beautiful mural high up somewhere.

Anyway, give a pat on the back or a verbal thanks the next time you see a brave Fireman or Firewoman.

Grateful Dead "Fire on the Mountain"
Wailing Souls "Firehouse Rock"


Blogger LAFD Media and Public Relations said...

Thank you for your kind words, they mean more than you know.

The men and women of the LAFD are proud to serve this City, and we're pleased that you recognize the commitment of today's Firefighters, which caps a 120-year tradition of service.

We hope that you and your neighbors will drop by and visit your Neighborhood Fire Station when time permits this holiday season.

Respectfully Yours in Safety and Service,

Brian Humphrey
Public Service Officer
Los Angeles Fire Department

Monday, December 04, 2006  

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