A bird’s-eye view of what floods may bring

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A bird’s-eye view of what floods may bring

Emergency workers use drone to glimpse drainages below 416 Fire burn area
Tom McNamara, emergency management coordinator for La Plata County, uses a drone to fly over Hermosa Creek on Monday to see how much debris is loading up in and around the creek near the 416 Fire burn area. McNamara has also flown around Falls Creek Ranch and other drainages that could flood.
Tom McNamara, emergency management coordinator for La Plata County, uses a drone to fly over Hermosa Creek on Monday to see how much debris is loading up in and around the creek near the 416 Fire burn area. McNamara has also flown around Falls Creek Ranch and other drainages that could flood.

A bird’s-eye view of what floods may bring

Tom McNamara, emergency management coordinator for La Plata County, uses a drone to fly over Hermosa Creek on Monday to see how much debris is loading up in and around the creek near the 416 Fire burn area. McNamara has also flown around Falls Creek Ranch and other drainages that could flood.
Tom McNamara, emergency management coordinator for La Plata County, uses a drone to fly over Hermosa Creek on Monday to see how much debris is loading up in and around the creek near the 416 Fire burn area. McNamara has also flown around Falls Creek Ranch and other drainages that could flood.
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