Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Woodland Hills structure fire - marijuana Butane Hash Oil lab | Raw footage

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Saturday October 28, 2017 
Woodland Hills >> A Fiery Stove Explosion at a house caused Arson investigators to call it a crime scene | Hash oil Lab

Fire trucks line the back streets behind Topanga Canyon Blvd at 5306 N. Don Pio Dr in Woodland Hills, Ca after a emergency 911 call came from one of the locals. An explosion was reported to 911 operators at 7:23 pm Saturday October 28 by a neighbor of the location , Officials said. 

Apparently, inside the house, the tweeters didn’t have a clue how to cook the Honey oil residues concentrated from the Butane process after the oil was produced . They tried to heat it over the stove and it exploded. 

Los Angeles Firefighters arrived on a single-family dwelling to find all occupants had escaped the flames. Flames were all along the north side of the structure and extended to the rear of the home’s attic. 

Firefighters climbed the roof of the residence at 5306 N Don Pio Drive to battle the flames from above and cut holes into the roof to ventilate the smoke and flammable fumes. 

Firefighters talking loudly on scene to one another as they were overheard talking about the honey oil lab inside the homeowner’s kitchen as being the possible cause for the explosion. 

Los Angeles Police Officers covered the address incase there would be any criminal arrests made from the house at 5306 N Don Pio Dr if the investigators decided they had a criminal cause into a prosecutable case under meth, drugs, Marijuana manufacturing labs, meth labs, or growing marijuana without proper permits. 
There’s not immediate criminal arrests at the moment and police said this matter is being referred to Arson detectives for further ongoing investigations into the cause of the fire and no criminal charges are being brought at the present time. This case remains open and under LAPD and LAFD Arson investigation. 

No further comments were stated. 

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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

3 children critically injured in a Hit & Run Northridge Crash involving 5 people | Breaking News

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Northridge Crash injured 3 children, 1 male driver in his 40's and the 2 parents with the kids, a total of 6 injured. 

Editorial/Raw Footage Credits: Baddboyfilms news | Tuesday 3:50 pm, 19500 W. Roscoe Blvd. October 10, 2017 

Police said the driver who was driving the 2003 Silver Toyota Tacoma was ejected through his rear window and ultimately mistaken as a pedestrian at the time of this accident. The victims, three children ages 18 months, 9 and 10 years old are in serious but stable condition, Police said. 

Place accident occurred: Shirley Avenue, South/East corner of 19500 block of Roscoe Boulevard at Shirley Av. 

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The man driving the 2003 silver Toyota Tacoma, made a left turn heading South on Shirley from facing Westbound on Roscoe Blvd in the left turning lane and landed head-on into the Blue 4-door 2015 Subaru WRX as they were traveling east bound on Roscoe Boulevard  in the right lane at an unknown amount of speed upon impacting the Toyota Tacoma in it’s passenger’s side front wheel and fender.

 The impact shot both the Toyota pick-up truck and the Subaru at Shirley Av and up into the S/E curb.

Both vehicles spun and smashed into the homeowner’s front yard’s chain linked fence, ripping them down along the sidewalk. 

The suspect's 2003 Toyota Tacoma came resting to a stop next to the 2015 Subaru WRX and a 18 month old crying baby was strapped in the rear seat behind the driver in the backseat along with two other children aged 9 and 10. The windows were all smashed, a the kids were crying for help to get them out. Still trapped in the Subaru as the man of the 2003 Toyota Tacoma bled from lacerations on his head and had flew out his back truck's bed window upon the impact of the two vehicles, LAPD Officer Bustos said. 

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Seven Rescue Ambulances were on scene at the location by 3:59 pm rushing to save the three minors from the buried subaru that was smashed up against the wall behind the bushes and a fence with the 2003 Toyota Tacoma planted against it. When the crash happened, people parked their cars and ran to help. people came from all over the street to save the children from the blue car. Screams for help inside were the parents and kids. People who stopped to help, they all gathered that to Toyota Truck and pushed it off the blue crushed car under it. They helped py open their doors and Paramedics were on scene before anyone could get out. LAFD assisted in rescue operations and one Firefighter was seen hand carrying the 18th month old baby boy from it's auto crash wreckage in a baby blanket to a waiting Los Angeles City Fire Department Emergency Ambulance. 

Firefighters from multiple companies had responded to assist in the extraction of the traffic accident victims.

The other two little boys, which were related brothers to the 18 month old baby boy were aged 9 and 10 also in serious and critical condition rushed to awaiting ambulances by Firefighters who extracted the two boys from their parent's car. 

The time out was 3:50 pm LAFD responded to 19500 W. Roscoe Blvd the report stated: Children trapped, multiple vehicle car accident, possible hit & run because they stated the driver of the truck was missing but really he got ejected and Police couldn't figure out where the driver was , not in the truck's seat. 

The Police called it a Hit & Run driver. They later, recanted and changed their story with media. 

LAPD Officer Bustos did state to the news that the children and hospitalized victims were upgraded from critical to serious condition and the small children are why the Tv news showed up. LAPD officer Bill Bustos said that the kids are in serious condition, they were bleeding when officials arrived.
The officer also stated that the minors will not die. They were in a condition with was not death related though in serious condition and needing to be hospitalized quickly, said lapd Bill Bustos. 

Northridge Crash 3 children critically injured, Felony Hit & Run

Los Angeles Fire Department resigning to a expanded traffic accident at the 19500 block of West Roscoe Boulevard with children reported trapped were BC17, E104, E273, E293, E70, EM12, EM15, EM17, HR70, RA104, RA105, RA106, RA70, RA72, RA93, RA96, T73, T93