Posted by on October 14, 2021 1:01 am
Categories: Breaking News Epoch Times News

2 RV Encampment Fires Leave Venice Residents Concerned for Neighborhood Safety

LOS ANGELES—Residents saw two recreational vehicle fires within the span of one week, leading to concerns about fire safety amid the homeless encampments and RVs permanently parked in their neighborhoods. Twenty-five L.A. Fire Department (LAFD) personnel responded to a call about a structure fire on Lincoln Boulevard on the evening of Oct. 9. The firefighters found a burning RV that had been parked on Lincoln Boulevard and Rose Avenue. They promptly put out the fire and ensured it did not spread to the Whole Foods Market nearby. L.A. Sanitation Department (LASAN) spokesperson Elena Stern told The Epoch Times that the department cleared the remaining burned debris from the fire and washed the street with a power washer on Oct. 13. In the early morning hours on Oct. 12, eight LAFD members responded to another fire that broke out in an RV located at the 15800 block of the Pacific Coast …

Originally appeared on The Epoch Times

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