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From GFD:Boy falls in CV Park wash

From GFD:Boy falls in CV Park wash

Glendale Fire Department responded to a call on Sunday concerning  a male in the wash at Crescenta Valley Park. It was confirmed that a 16-year-old boy had fallen into the wash at CV Park.
He had apparently entered the wash to retrieve a basketball. The water was just deep enough (2″) and fast enough to take [...]

Blaze damages home on Hopeton

Blaze damages home on Hopeton

By Mary O’KEEFE
A birthday party for a local homeowner turned tragic on Saturday night when her home caught fire.
The Moradkhanian family had invited a few guests to their house in the 2900 block of Hopeton Avenue for homeowner Adrienne Moradkhanian’s birthday celebration. A couple of hours into the party, the house lights began to flicker [...]

Las Palmas family begins again after fire

Las Palmas family begins again after fire

By Mary O’KEEFE
The devastating fire last week that destroyed a home at 3430 Las Palmas Avenue has the owners picking up what few pieces are left and taking life one day at a time.
“We had some friends that opened their house and there are eight of us,” said Chuck Fenton, the Las Palmas homeowner.
The home [...]

Fire on Las Palmas claims house

Fire on Las Palmas claims house

By Mary O’KEEFE
Smoke filled the skies above a Montrose neighborhood as firefighters battled an afternoon blaze at a single story home at 3430 Las Palmas Ave. on Monday afternoon.
The 911 call came into Glendale fire at 3:38 p.m. Glendale police at Sunview Drive
to Arlington Avenue closed Las Palmas Avenue until 7:30 p.m. The homeowners were [...]

House fire on Las Palmas

House fire on Las Palmas

By Mary O’KEEFE
Dark smoke from a house fire filled the Montrose sky Tuesday evening. It took firefighters a little less than an hour to contain the blaze in the 3600 block of Las Palmas Avenue in Montrose.
“The [Glendale] dispatch was called at 7:13 p.m.,” said Glendale fire Capt. Vince Rifino. “Glendale and Los Angeles County fire responded. When we got here we found a well involved [...]

Treasures of the Valley: Worst-case flood scenarios – alarming, they can happen

Treasures of the Valley: Worst-case flood scenarios – alarming, they can happen

By Mike Lawler
Our history is punctuated by disaster – fire and flood, followed by bigger fires and bigger floods. The cobbles and boulders we dig up in our gardens were deposited there by debris flows that have crossed the Crescenta Valley in the past, and the undulations in our roads are channels and levees left [...]


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