A Cal Fire Grumman S-2T air tanker sits in a maintenance hangar at McClellan airport. Cal Fire officials announced they were clearing the agency’s fleet of 22 S-2T tanker planes for service after grounding them in the wake of a deadly accident Tuesday.
A Cal Fire Grumman S-2T air tanker sits in a maintenance hangar at McClellan airport. Cal Fire officials announced they were clearing the agency’s fleet of 22 S-2T tanker planes for service after grounding them in the wake of a deadly accident Tuesday. Edward Ortiz eortiz@sacbee.com
A Cal Fire Grumman S-2T air tanker sits in a maintenance hangar at McClellan airport. Cal Fire officials announced they were clearing the agency’s fleet of 22 S-2T tanker planes for service after grounding them in the wake of a deadly accident Tuesday. Edward Ortiz eortiz@sacbee.com

Cal Fire clears 22-plane tanker fleet for flight after investigation into deadly crash

October 10, 2014 05:00 AM

UPDATED October 15, 2014 11:30 AM

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