Fire

Brush Fire Causes Evacuations of Country Club Drive Residences

Burbank Fire Department responded to a report of smoke at in the hills above  Wildwood Canyon and the Burbank Police Range at 1:02 pm.

Burbank Firefighters Make Quick Attack on House Fire, Rescue Family Pet

Burbank Fire Department responded with a total of 22 personnel to a reported house fire located on Chandler Boulevard Saturday morning.

Hollywood Burbank Airport Runs Successful Emergency Exercise

Numerous local agencies participated in an Airport Emergency Plan Full-Scale Exercise designed to test the Airport’s readiness in case of a real incident

Eight Vehicles Ignite After Flammable Liquid Flows Down Gutter

A flammable liquid flowing down the gutter ignited eight vehicle on fire, completely destroying three

Early Morning Fire Damages Home on Oak Street

Burbank firefighters were called out in the early morning on Tuesday at 1:16 am for a possible attic fire at 1616 Oak Street in Burbank

Burbank Welcomes Eric Garcia as New Fire Chief

During Change of Command Ceremonies, Thursday afternoon Chief Eric Garcia took command of the Burbank Fire Department

Residents May Now Text to 9-1-1 for Emergencies

The Burbank Police Department Communications Center, and most Los Angeles County dispatch centers are now equipped to receive and respond to mobile phone SMS Text to 9-1-1 messages

Homeless Man Arrested For Burbank Blvd. Overpass Fire

After a brushfire spread along the embankment of the Burbank Blvd. Overpass, a homeless man was arrested for allegedly starting the fire.

Glendale Woman Killed After Being Hit by Metrolink Train

As the train approached the Downtown Burbank station, its engineer saw a female sitting on the railroad tracks

Burbank Fire Chief Tom Lenahan to Retire

Burbank's Fire Chief set to retire from the City on December 28, 2017, and become Fire Chief of the Hollywood-Burbank Airport in January 2018

Burbank Gets Through Worst Brush Fire in Over 30 Years

Burbank fire led a multi agency response in the city as they protected Burbank homes from the giant La Tuna Fire

Photographers – Professional and Amateur – Cover La Tuna Fire

La Tuna Fire could be seen for miles and miles and was captured by many