Griffith Park Brush Fire

Photo by SCMA member Chester Brown, K6CRB

Firefighting helicopter making a water drop in Griffith Park. Photo by SCMA member Chester Brown, K6CRB

On Saturday, September 5th a brush fire broke out in Griffith Park. The 3-5 acre fire erupted at 2:30 pm according to Erik Scott, a spokesman for the Los Angeles Fire Department.

100 firefighters assisted by water dropping helicopters had the blaze extinguished by 4 pm. No structures were threatened, and no injuries were reported.

Club member Chester Brown, K6CRB was on the scene and provided us with the photos used in this story.

Brush Fire Griffith Park, Los Angeles

Photo by SCMA member Chester Brown, K6CRB

Brush Fire Griffith Park, Los Angeles

Photo by SCMA member Chester Brown, K6CRB

Brush Fire Griffith Park, Los Angeles

Photo by SCMA member Chester Brown, K6CRB

About Tim Gore

I've been a scanner enthusiast since 1989 and a ham radio operator since 1995.
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