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By Robin Goldsworthy | October 16, 2008
A quick assessment of an early morning fire reported Sunday to the Crescenta Valley Sheriff?s Station on Briggs Avenue led to the rapid request for resources that evolved into a multi-agency effort to battle the Marek fire. At 1:52 a.m. Sunday, the station received a call that a large brush fire had started in front of a home in the Angeles National Forest near Little Tujunga Canyon. Due to high temperatures and tinder-dry chaparral and other brush, Lt. Angela Shepherd immediately established an incident command post, utilizing the station?
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By Mary O'Keefe | May 10, 2007
The Crescenta Valley Sheriff's Station opened its doors to the public last Saturday during the annual Open House and Safety Fair. Children were running around the back parking lot of the station, jumping in the bounce house, climbing into Air Six helicopter from the Los Angeles County Aero Bureau and finding out what it was like to be in the driver's seat of a patrol car. In one corner of the lot stood a massive trailer that would be called...
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By Robin Goldsworthy | October 16, 2008
A quick assessment of an early morning fire reported Sunday to the Crescenta Valley Sheriff?s Station on Briggs Avenue led to the rapid request for resources that evolved into a multi-agency effort to battle the Marek fire. At 1:52 a.m. Sunday, the station received a call that a large brush fire had started in front of a home in the Angeles National Forest near Little Tujunga Canyon. Due to high temperatures and tinder-dry chaparral and other brush, Lt. Angela Shepherd immediately established an incident command post, utilizing the station?
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