40-Year Employee Of LA City Park Rangers Dies Of Heart Attack After Working During Saddle Ridge Fire

40-Year Employee Of LA City Park Rangers Dies Of Heart Attack After Working During Saddle Ridge Fire


AS FOR WHAT HAPPENS NOW, SOME HOTSPOTS UP IN THE HILLSIDE, FIREFIGHTERS AREN’T LETTING THIS GO YET. THEY GOT TO MAKE SURE THEY DON’T START AGAIN BUT WITH THE WINDS STAYING: CERTAINLY GOOD NEWS FOR THE FIREFIGHTERS AND THIS FIREFIGHT. AS FOR THE SMOKE, IT’S GOING TO LINGER FOR A COUPLE MORE DAYS. LA CITY PARK RANGER WHO WAS WORKING DURING THE SUBTLE RIDGE FIRE HAS DIED. WE ARE TOLD CAPTAIN ALBERT TORRES WAS PATROLLING THE SAN FERNANDO CITY PARKS ÃLATER HE WASN’T FEELING WELL AND COLLAPSED. HE WAS TAKEN TO THE HOSPITAL AND DIED OF A HEART ATTACK EARLY SATURDAY MORNING. LA PARK RANGER CHIEF JOE LASSA REALLY SAYS IT’S UNCLEAR IF HIS DEATH IS CONNECTED TO THE

5 thoughts on “40-Year Employee Of LA City Park Rangers Dies Of Heart Attack After Working During Saddle Ridge Fire

  1. Smoke killed him at his age he should know better to not get involved in that much smoke sad sometimes you got to leave it to the young bucks there lungs much stronger

  2. Died because the power companies are trying to burn out people’s home to buy the land easier, they started these fires don’t believe these bullshit news stories were being burned out of our homes and property!!

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