Plymouth Fire Company Used Drone to Identify Hot Spots After Warehouse Fire

The Plymouth Fire Company No. 1 utilized a drone to help identify hot spots after the warehouse fire on Sunday. According to an article in the Times Herald, this was the first time the fire company used a drone and it was borrowed from a local firefighter. The fire company is now looking at obtaining a drone.


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Photo a screen shot from drone footage.