Firefighting Plane Drops Retardant on 1,000-Acre Blaine Fire

StoryfulWeatherPublished: August 14, 2017
Published: August 14, 2017

Several homes in the northern section of California’s Moreno Valley went under a mandatory evacuation on Sunday, August 13, as a 1,000-acre blaze, dubbed the Blaine Fire, burned in the surrounding Box Spring Mountains. The evacuation order was lifted later that day. This footage shows a firefighting plane dropping retardant on the brush fire. According to The Press-Enterprise, more than 315 firefighters, eight air tankers and four helicopters were mobilized to tackle the blaze. Credit: Instagram/brunnerizer via Storyful

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