Lincoln Heights grass fire scorches three acres

Photo by James Breeden

It took fire fighters a little more than hour to put out the blaze that broke out at about 4 a.m. today, according to LAFD. No injuries were reported. Some reports said the blaze, which started near 3008 North Eva Terrace, took place in Montecito Heights but residents said the fire was actually in the Happy Valley section of Lincoln Heights near El Sereno. Click here to view more photos by James Breeden.

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  1. It is scorch, scorch, scorching and every idiot in every neighborhood is setting off fireworks. What do you expect?


    I am very familiar with this area as I represent it on our Neighborhood Council. It still amazaes me how many people have no idea where they live or where each communities boundaries are at. This is in the Happy Valley Community adjacent to Rose Hills.
    Montecito Heights is not covered in this area and El Sereno is not even close by at all. Get back to me if you care for more details on what part of the City this is located in.

    Rose Hills Review,
    Anthony Manzano

  3. Stop with all the”this neighborhood is actually called” blah blah blah

    You’ll never hope to win that battle with the media or get it to catch on with locals.

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