LA Fire and RescueDrama · 2019
The LACoFD is responsible for protecting the lives and property of 4 million residents living in 59 cities across Los Angeles County. From helicopter mountain rescues, lifeguard beach SOS, fireboats, hazmat units, to California’s raging wildfires…
1Best Job in the World
Meet the stations and first responders of the LA County Fire Department as they perform a rescue on Sunset Boulevard, tackle a spreading brush fire and respond to a collision and fire emergency at a busy city gas station.
7Broken Bones & Burning Homes
The Air Ops team is back in action as they are called in on a rescue where every second is crucial to the patient’s survival. Stations 41 & 16 join forces as they back each other up on a residential house fire.
Inglewood Station 172 tackles a career-defining fire in an industrial warehouse. Calabasas station 125 responds to a multi car collision before ending their day on a residential call removing a slithering creature from a fearful home.
4Angels in the Sky
Meet the pilots and crew chiefs that make up the specialized Air Ops arm of the LACoFD as they respond to high-stakes emergency situations and assist the most urgent rescue patients. Probation firefighter-in-training, Erin Scouler gets closer to her dream of becoming an official firefighter at Station 41.
5Fire Is in the Blood
Proud Station 16 Captain, Dan Olivas, beams with joy as he attends his son’s graduation from the Fire Academy and welcomes him into the department. Inglewood Station 172 first responders reveal the emotional impact of the job.
3The Real Baywatch
The lifeguards of the LA County Fire Department join forces with the specialized Air Ops team on a dramatic rescue during the Malibu triathlon. Watts Station 16 shows how much they value caring for their community.
2Boots on the Ground
Watts Station 16 responds to a warehouse fire, searching for any signs of life. Captain Scott Woods of station 41 teaches "the boot" Erin Scouler a valuable lesson while responding to a police standoff call.
8Passing the Torch
Probationary firefighter Jeff Olivas subs in for a shift at Station 16 where his father is Captain. Air Ops respond to a rescue call requiring the responders to rappel into a canyon after a car drives off a cliff.