Just before 2:00pm Altadena Sheriff's Station received a call of a person attempting to start a fire off of Pinecrest Drive in Altadena. The United States Forest Service and Los Angeles County Fire Departments also responded.
Altadena Deputies Sigala and Manriquez arrived first, hiked into the canyon, briefly spoke with the person that called 911 and they continue their hike and aprihended the suspect. Soon after Deputies Manier and Brandriff joined them and extinguished a small fire. The small fire was in Eaton Canyon on the steep hillside near the bridge. Thanks to the quick work of our Altadena deputies the fire did not reach any brush. A 42-year-old female resident of Los Angeles was arrested for setting the fire.
The persons that smelled a fire and saw the suspect staring it did a great job describing where the fire was, the suspect description and luckily we were able to prevent a disaster. #fire#forest#eatoncanyon#altadena#LASD @lacofireairops
Do you all #forestbath ?! Between that and the ocean we love using nature to realign our mental state. They are both proven to change your emotions within 5-10 minutes 🤗.
I have seen and felt it happen. Today I had that irritability, head spinning thing... lots on the list, catching up, prioritizing, playing, appointments, calls, organizing for the weekend, cooking, writing, reading. It was a lot! .
BUT - I took breaks to stare at the ocean & walk in the woods. Because I love this stage and all it has to offer, so finding the balance has been amaze 😍
Friends, if you haven’t tried it, please do! 🌊🌲🌳🌊 #nature#ishealing#ocean#forest#woods#emotions#anxiety#love#selfcare