Fire Dept. warns of rising water in county rivers
By Austin Dave
Thursday, January 19th, 2017

The Los Angeles County Fire Department issued a video warning for those living in local waterways including streams, washes, rivers.

In the video posted to Twitter at 5:35 p.m. Wednesday, Inspector Richard Licon asks the public to contact local authorities if they have any knowledge of people still residing in inlets prone to flooding.

“As inclement weather approaches, we want individuals sheltering in and around local L.A. County waterways to seek higher ground,” Licon says in the video.

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Austin Dave

Austin Dave

Austin Dave is an award-winning multimedia journalist. He heads The Signal's video news operations while reporting on the Santa Clarita Valley's most impacting topics.

Fire Dept. warns of rising water in county rivers

The Los Angeles County Fire Department issued a video warning for those living in local waterways including streams, washes, rivers.

In the video posted to Twitter at 5:35 p.m. Wednesday, Inspector Richard Licon asks the public to contact local authorities if they have any knowledge of people still residing in inlets prone to flooding.

“As inclement weather approaches, we want individuals sheltering in and around local L.A. County waterways to seek higher ground,” Licon says in the video.

About the author

Austin Dave

Austin Dave

Austin Dave is an award-winning multimedia journalist. He heads The Signal's video news operations while reporting on the Santa Clarita Valley's most impacting topics.