BREAKING NEWS – August 3, 2018 Firefighters and Sheriff’s Deputies prepare to fly Drones over Redding

Published on Jul 30, 2018 at 05:58a.m.

Menlo Park Fire Protection District:

Firefighters and Sheriff’s Deputies prepare to fly Drones over Redding on Friday to officially document the damage from the air using new technologies – Carr Fire

Tubbs Fire - Fountain Grove 360 degree, zoom in and out example clip of this current capability

Link - http://visual-aerials.com/4-2.html

Please see the attached - Redding - Carr Fire UAS Drone Deployment - August 3, 2018.pdf

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Pictured Above – Menlo Fires UAS/Drone Team (From Left to Right) Battalion Chief Tom Calvert, Fire Marshal Jon Johnston, Engineer Kevin White, Emergency Specialist Mike Ralston and Captain Rob Johnson are welcomed at the Redding City Hall Thursday by Jeremy, Brodie and Charlotte – Credit Menlo Fire

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Battalion Chief Tom Calvert and Romeo Durscher with DJI Drones prepare to fly over Santa Rosa’s Fountain Grove after it was devastated by the Tubbs Fire last year in support of the Sonoma County Sheriff’s efforts to properly document the damage and destruction - Credit Menlo Fire

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Left to Right) Captain Chris Dennebaum and Engineer Kevin White practice flying a DJI Matrice 210 Drone at Fire Station 1. The Fire District established its UAS/Drone program in 2014 and now has 17 Team members and 12 Drone

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