Los Angeles County Fire Department officials announced Tuesday the launch of Pulse Point, a new app which alerts its users of people nearby who go into cardiac arrest and are in need of assistance while emergency services are on their way.
Saving someone's life can be simple. That was the message being spread by firefighters in the Santa Clarita Valley on Thursday. They set up a CPR training station in front of Wal-mart on Carl Boyer Drive, teaching residents how to do chest compressions.
The Castaic boy found by his parents in a washing machine on Wednesday is in the hospital in stable condition. No arrests have been made in this case, and detectives are currently investigating the incident.