If El Paso County had been able to employ an unmanned aerial vehicle, or drone, when the Waldo Canyon wildfire ignited in June 2012, the blaze might have been located in 30 minutes or less and a disaster might have been averted. “The most important thing you can do to keep a small fire from […]
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