Unauthorized drone usage over wildfires may become a felony

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Unauthorized drone usage over wildfires may become a felony

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A single-engine air tanker drops its load of fire retardant high above the Lightner Creek Fire on June 28, 2017, when a drone was reported flying in the area, causing all air support to stop. The retardant was wasted because it could not be dropped in the right place to help the fire.

Unauthorized drone usage over wildfires may become a felony

A single-engine air tanker drops its load of fire retardant high above the Lightner Creek Fire on June 28, 2017, when a drone was reported flying in the area, causing all air support to stop. The retardant was wasted because it could not be dropped in the right place to help the fire.

Unauthorized drone usage over wildfires may become a felony

Gardner

Unauthorized drone usage over wildfires may become a felony

Bennet

Unauthorized drone usage over wildfires may become a felony

Knowlton
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