Friday, June 30, 2017

Topanga brushfire at P.C.H. 80% containment | raw footage

So far 43 Acres have burned in Malibu, CA and still hot spots continue to keep Firefighters working towards containment.

The fire started for unknown reasons on Thursday June 29, 2017 and was dubbed a 3rd-alarm brush fire in the Topanga canyon, City of Malibu California by Cal Fire Firefighters.


Photo Credit: Baddboyfilms News June 30, 2017 1:30 p.m. Malibu, CA The Topanga Fire

































California Dept. of Corrections and Rehabilitation sent in their Cal Fire trained fire camp firefighters, which are inmates who volunteered to work as Firefighters battling brush fire for the state of California in exchange for time credits off their prison sentences. 

These inmates climbed a 1,500ft mountain carrying chain saws, shovels, fat fire hoses and wore heavy fire retardant clothing, heavy gear, without hesitation these men and women climbs seriously to the top and battled flames all the way up with no fear. 

Men and Women and they really deserve all of the credit for saving Old Topanga Cyn. towns people’s million dollar estates which were just around the corner from the brush fires.

 The Pacific Coast Highway million dollar cliff hanger homes were saved as well and they are allocated just on the West side of this mountain top where Firefighters battled this inferno for about a week.
























 The Cal Fire program works both ways, for the inmates and for the free civilians in need of help in a situation they themselves cannot control. 





Topanga Brush Fire, Off PCH from Malibu, Ca. Raw Footage: