Man Found at Santa Ynez Waterfall Trail Identified | Topanga State Park
The Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner has identified an individual found deceased near Santa Ynez Waterfall Trail in Topanga State Park on the morning of March 8 as 73-year-old Aleksandr Tsiryulnikov, a Los Angeles resident.
Deputy Medical Examiner Dr. Nguyen determined the cause of death to be atherosclerotic heart disease.
The Los Angeles Fire Department ground crew and two helicopters responded to calls the morning of March 8 from hikers to investigate a person north of the Palisades Highlands, on or near the Santa Ynez Waterfall Trail near Santa Ynez Falls, according to a report from LAFD Spokesperson Brian Humphrey.
LAFD personnel discovered one person deceased at the scene, according to an alert at 11:32 a.m.
Rainfall Totals | Pacific Palisades
Over the course of the last week, Pacific Palisades saw rain and hail, bringing the total inches of rainfall in March to 1.07, according to local weather authority Craig Weston.
“If you noticed the rain pounding your rooftop with a bit more gusto on March 10, well that wasn’t rain, it was hail,” Weston shared. “The hail accumulated on grassy yards and even hung around for a bit as the temperature was cold.”
March 10 saw .82 inches of precipitation, Weston reported, followed by .18 inches of rain on March 15. The yearly total, measured from July 1, 2020, to June 30, stands at 4.46 inches.
“The average rainfall in Los Angeles is 14.93 inches, so we are running far behind with our rainy season quickly coming to an end,” Weston added.
Wind gusts in town reached 26 mph on March 9.
“The high temperature for this month was 77 degrees and our low temperature, so far, has come in at 39 degrees,” Weston concluded.
Palisades Alliance for Seniors | Pacific Palisades
Palisades Alliance for Seniors, an ‘intergenerational group helping seniors in Pacific Palisades to stay connected with their community even as they grow older and encounter some limitations,” will offer a one-hour online program titled “Safe Driving: DMV, COVID and Seniors” on Monday, March 22, at 10 a.m.
The guest speaker will be Senior Driver Ombudsman at the California Department of Motor Vehicles Tressa Thompson.
“This is a free event, but you must register in advance,” according to a representative. “To register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.”
Within 24 hours, registrants will receive an acknowledgment of receipt.
Civic League Meeting | Pacific Palisades
The Pacific Palisades Civic League will meet virtually on Monday, March 22, at 7:30 p.m.
“Due to current Stay at Home Order the meeting will be held online,” according to a representative ahead of the meeting. “Please email email@example.com for Zoom meeting information.”
New business includes two new two-story residences on Via De La Paz and a second story addition on De Pauw. Old business includes two addresses on Monument, one on Fiske and one on De Pauw.
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