On April 15, 2015, Alexis Fire, a private company that sells fire apparatus, lost a contract with the city of Los Angeles to sell fire apparatus to the city.
The city, citing safety concerns, wanted to test out a prototype in order to assess the performance of its existing fire apparatus.
As a result, a fire truck from the company crashed into a residential building, killing all 12 people inside.
Alexis Fire said that the crash was caused by a human error, and the company said that its system had been improved since the accident.
At the time, there were several companies selling fire apparatus in Los Angeles.
A few months after the crash, the city ordered a full investigation.
The investigation revealed that Alexis Fire had been under the control of a company called Lava Safety, which had been founded in the United Kingdom in 2005 and has since expanded into several countries.
The company had been operating out of the same building in Los Feliz, a neighborhood in the South of Los Santos.
Lava had hired a security guard and a private security contractor to guard the building, which at the time was owned by a private investment firm called Fire Capital Group.
The security guard was later fired and replaced by a contractor, but the contractor was still employed by Lava and had been allowed to remain in the building for five months after it was evacuated.
When Lava failed to complete the work of installing its fire apparatus on the building in time, it had a fire.
In September 2017, Los Felis fire department investigators found that Lava was not licensed to sell or operate a fire apparatus and that the fire was not properly controlled.
The fire department said that it took “a great deal of investigation” to determine that Lavalas system had not been properly tested and was therefore in violation of the city code.
In October 2017, the fire department found that the company had failed to notify the city that the equipment had not yet been installed.
Lavala also failed to properly record the number of people who had died in the fire.
The department said in a statement that it would not be making any further comment at this time.
Lavas investigation into the incident and subsequent closure of its business was not the only one that was closed in the wake of the accident, according to reports from the Los Angeles Times and the Los Santos Union Tribune.
LAVA has also been under investigation for other deadly accidents that occurred in the city, including a fatal accident that occurred last year that killed at least one person.
In August 2017, a Lavalah Fire Department helicopter crashed near Lava, California, killing one person and injuring another.
The Los Angeles Fire Department, which operates the helicopter, said that there was no structural damage to the helicopter or the fire engine.
However, two people died and four were injured in the crash.
The crash was later ruled an accident and Lava said that all four people who died were killed by the fire truck that had collided with the helicopter.
Lavena has also had numerous other fires.
On June 15, 2018, the Lava Fire Department received a report that a suspicious man was running around the building with a knife in his hand, according a news release from the department.
The man then tried to enter the building through a window, and when he refused, the building’s owner called the police.
The police officer who responded to the call shot the man, but he was able to escape before being shot.
A man later identified as Jose Antonio Rivera Jr. of Lava’s South of L.A. business also tried to steal a fire extinguisher from the building on June 14, 2018.
When officers arrived at the scene, they found a man who appeared to be intoxicated and was threatening people inside the building.
Officers arrested Rivera after a brief struggle.
He was then transported to the hospital where he later died from his injuries.
Rivera had been a member of the Lavalaa community and had worked at the company since 2014.
Lavella has also experienced several deadly fires.
In July 2018, a group of people were in a Lava business in South L.S. when they noticed smoke coming from the roof of the building and decided to leave.
They tried to get back into the building but were unable to because of the smoke.
They eventually found the fire extinguishers and extinguished the fire with them.
The building was later declared a total loss and Lavela announced that the employees had been fired for negligence.
In March 2018, Lava filed a lawsuit against the City of Los Felises Fire Department and the City’s Emergency Management Department alleging that they had failed their duty of care to the residents of Lavellas South of LA building, and that they were negligent in their actions.
Laves lawsuit claims that the city’s response to the fire in South of La was inadequate, as well as negligence on the part of Lavalaias emergency management department.
Laveda is also seeking