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Red Flag Parking Extended to Wednesday Morning

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Originally scheduled to end tonight, the Los Angeles Fire Department extended red flag parking restrictions through 8:00 a.m., Wednesday morning, or until further notice. If you're not sure you live or park within a red flag parking zone (photo of sign), check the info page or call 3-1-1. Red flag parking was established to clear narrow hillside streets where fire trucks have difficulty maneuvering. Separate from red flag parking, a red flag warning established by the National Weather Service, is in effect until Wednesday evening at 10:00 p.m.