Drones, once just for the military, are being used in record numbers by consumers for everything from real estate to agriculture. Lately, though, Californians have been using them to snap pictures of wildfires, frustrating firefighters.
Drones, once just for the military, are being used in record numbers by consumers for everything from real estate to agriculture. Lately, though, Californians have been using them to snap pictures of wildfires, frustrating firefighters. Kenneth K. Lam Baltimore Sun
Drones, once just for the military, are being used in record numbers by consumers for everything from real estate to agriculture. Lately, though, Californians have been using them to snap pictures of wildfires, frustrating firefighters. Kenneth K. Lam Baltimore Sun

A wildfire is no place for a drone

July 23, 2015 5:00 PM

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