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  • See spectacular Sierra snow views from CHP helicopter

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A California Highway Patrol crew took an H-24 helicopter to Hilda Peak, southeast of Sierra City, so a facilities technician could clean the snow off of solar panels on a radio tower. It turns out there is actually a 12-foot building under that snow. The crew also captured some awesome views courtesy Mother Nature. CHP Valley Division Air Operations
A California Highway Patrol crew took an H-24 helicopter to Hilda Peak, southeast of Sierra City, so a facilities technician could clean the snow off of solar panels on a radio tower. It turns out there is actually a 12-foot building under that snow. The crew also captured some awesome views courtesy Mother Nature. CHP Valley Division Air Operations

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