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Storm Safety UPDATED – Powerful Rains This Week in Southern California

The Thomas Fire was not even at full containment before Southern California was slammed with disaster again in early January. Heavy rains triggered the deadly and devastating Montecito mudslide, crippling the area for about two weeks as crews worked tirelessly to clear the 101 freeway that had been clogged with mud and debris.

This week, […]

Top Safety Tips & Information from the SoCal Deluge

First we had fires, then we had floods. We aren’t even completely done with the Thomas Fire (still holding at 92% containment) and Southern California was dealt another blow. While we all thought we would be grateful for the much-needed rain, this event combined with the burn scars from the Thomas Fire and others confirmed […]

Latest Thomas Fire Incident Updates and Predictions

As of about 11AM December 14, 2017, the Thomas Fire is at 242,500 acres with 30% containment, and is now the fourth largest fire in California history. Our Ventura County Fire crews, along with firefighters from all over California and neighboring states have been battling tirelessly to gain better control over this ravenous beast that […]

Are You Prepared for the Next Fire or Earthquake Disaster?

There certainly have been plenty of reminders recently as to how fragile our living situation can become in a matter of minutes. The hurricane activity ripped apart areas in Texas, the Gulf, and eastern seaboard, plus the devastation we’ve seen in Puerto Rico and even as far east as Ireland; the fires in our own […]