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LOCAL
September 5, 2007
The Costa Mesa Senior Center had the phone lines up and running again Tuesday, the first time since a small fire that began in the building’s computer lab caused enough smoke damage to shut the center down, authorities said. Volunteers and staff manned a handful of phones set up in the center’s sun room on the first floor of the building. That room and the main auditorium are the only two open for the time being, said Darryl Kim, the center’s activities coordinator.
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NEWS
December 5, 2004
PUBLIC SAFTEY Morning fire damages, closes Costa Mesa businesses Six businesses on East 17th Street will be closed for several weeks after a two-alarm fire early Friday morning left them with smoke and water damage. Firefighters were still investigating the cause of the blaze that began in Regal Beauty Supply, a few minutes past midnight. Employees working late two doors down in French's Cupcake Bakery noticed smoke and called 911, Costa Mesa Fire Department Battalion Chief Scott Broussard said.
LOCAL
By Amanda Pennington | November 2, 2006
NEWPORT BEACH — Even with the deaths of five of their brothers fresh on their minds, the local firefighters who helped battle the Esperanza Fire in the San Jacinto Mountains say the losses don't affect the way they approach the danger. "It changes everything for our families, but it changes very little for us," said Costa Mesa Battalion Chief Scott Broussard, who was sent to the arson fire with one Costa Mesa engine. "We know that is a possibility for us — we know that people will and do die … but our families have a totally different way they look at us."
NEWS
By: Lauren Vane | October 4, 2005
Newport-Mesa firefighters who spent five days battling blazes in Los Angeles County returned home Sunday, but dry, hot winds predicted for the region this week could raise the risk of more wildfires. Eight firefighters from Newport-Mesa were dispatched to the Topanga fire late Wednesday as part of a five-engine strike team. They were transferred to the Burbank fire Saturday. With the fires in Los Angeles County mostly contained, the Newport-Mesa strike team members are back.
NEWS
February 27, 2009
When they’re not putting out fires or responding to medical emergencies, firefighters are training for both. So when representatives told the Costa Mesa Fire Department they were planning on demolishing an old administrative building Monday, firefighters jumped at the chance to take a hack at it first, literally. Firefighters practiced their ventilation tactics — where they cut holes in the building roof to release heat, smoke and flames — Friday morning at the fairgrounds.
NEWS
January 17, 2009
Orange County Fire Explorers learned how to rescue victims from swift-moving water during an exercise sponsored by the Costa Mesa Fire Department at the Victoria Street bridge in Newport Beach on Saturday. About 15 Explorers and five Costa Mesa firefighters participated in the exercise, which included a simulated water rescue. “They learned how to be as safe as they can possibly be during a swift water situation, how not to become part of the problem and operate as a team,” Costa Mesa Battalion Chief Scott Broussard said.
LOCAL
By Brianna Bailey | May 4, 2010
An Aliso Viejo man who died after collapsing near the OC Marathon finish line was trying to beat his time from last year’s 13.1-mile half marathon, a co-worker said Tuesday. Geoffrey Jonathan Chao, 46, collapsed about 100 feet from the finish line at the Orange County Fair & Event Center about 8:30 a.m. Sunday, Costa Mesa Fire Battalion Chief Scott Broussard said. An ambulance stationed at the scene took Chao to Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach, where he was pronounced dead, Broussard said.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | February 1, 2013
Budget cuts have pared Orange Coast College baseball coach John Altobelli's staff to the point that he is sometimes the only non-player in uniform at a Pirates' practice. But if he is looking for familiar companionship in his 21st season at the OCC helm, the 2012 Orange Empire Conference Coach of the Year may have only his four remaining veteran assistant coaches with whom to turn. That is because the wave of success that included the Pirates' first outright OEC title since 1987, a 37-7-1 record that forged the program's best winning percentage since 1957, and a trip to the four-team state championship tournament in 2012, also washed away all but four roster holdovers.
SPORTS
May 14, 2008
WOMEN’S TENNIS Vanguard 5, Xavier (La.) 1 MOBILE, Ala. — Seniors Jelena Jovic and Olivia Amstad, as well as freshman Anna Valingsten won in singles and doubles to propel the No. 5-seeded Lions into today’s 7 a.m. quarterfinal of the 28th annual NAIA championships. The Lions (22-4) will meet Golden State Athletic Conference rival Azusa Pacific, the No. 5 seed, today. Jovic and Valingsten won their No. 2 doubles match, 8-2, after Jovic won 12 of 13 games at No. 3 singles and Valingsten did not give up a game at No. 5 singles.
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