Helicopter drop on the Jameson Fire in California

helicopter Jameson Fire

Above: Helicopter drops on the Jameson Fire in Temescal Valley in California, April 30, 2017. CAL FIRE/Riverside County FD photo.

This is a spectacular photo of a helicopter dropping on the Jameson Fire in southern California’s Temescal Valley, April 30, 2017.

The first arriving engine company reported approximately five acres in a drainage with heavy fuels. The fire was contained at 7:30 PDT on Monday after burning 12.5 acres.

2 thoughts on “Helicopter drop on the Jameson Fire in California”

  1. So that is how it works. Aircraft arrive on a fire within a short time period (less than 20 minutes) and the chances for containment are significantly increased. Very Interesting!

  2. Hi John Cal Fire IA is the best in the USA! Say hello to Konklin for me if u see him and Barry. Spring finally showing up in Western Montana–Cheers Eric

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