Hundreds gathered for a town hall meeting in Cudahy to make their voices heard in response to Tuesday’s incident in which Delta flight 89 dumped thousands of gallons of jet fuel across several South LA communities.
City, state and federal officials will hold a town hall meeting Friday night to give updates and hear community concerns about a jet fuel dump from a Delta jetliner making an emergency landing at Los Angeles International Airport, raining fuel onto a series of schools.
Jet fuel dumped from a Delta airliner preparing to make an emergency landing at Los Angeles International Airport fell over a wide swath of the area, sending hazardous-materials teams to multiple schools, but only minor injuries were reported and nobody was hospitalized, authorities said.
A man suffered fatal burn injuries in Cudahy after he started a fire trying to stay warm on a cold Southern California night, authorities said.
A search inside a Cudahy neighborhood to locate a suspect who allegedly fired at sheriff's deputies on Sunday ended with no sign of the man, according to the sheriff's department.
The City of Cudahy has become a flashpoint in the debate over ‘sanctuary cities.’ But after Monday night's heated council meeting, a gun was pulled and deputies poured in. It was all caught on video and Logan Byrnes was in Cudahy with the details.
The front line in the battle over sanctuary cities heated up in Cudahy. FOX 11's Mario Ramirez reports.
One group is trying to force the city of Cudahy to abandon its status as a 'sanctuary city.'