Tag Archives: Wild Fire

Juveniles and Fire

A couple of weeks ago, Orange County Fire Authority responded to a wildfire in San Clemente.  The fire was intentionally set behind apartments frequented by juveniles.  A child on summer break used a lighter to start twigs and vegetation on fire.  Thankfully it was a slow moving fire and it was contained to small area.  If wind […]

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Is Your Community Prepared?

In light of the 4.1 earthquake out of Yorba Linda last week, preparedness is  a topic that is never overdone. According to the ReadyOC website, June is National Safety Month. Read and share the invaluable information that will help prepare you,  and your residents in the event of a disaster.  I especially like the Public Service Announcements in English and […]

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In the line of “Wild” Fire

Is your apartment community in a potentially threatening wildland fire area?  If so, there are  ways to ensure extra protection for your community.  Even if the fire line seems to be a good distance away, embers travel and  find their way in to the tiniest places. The Santiago wildfire, pictured above, was challenging to contain due to the erratic […]

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