Low Flying Plane Speeding Towards Burning Neighborhood – The Overwhelming Footage
Heaven And Hellfire.
Every once in a while, we will hear disastrous reports of wildfires raging through a landscape destroying environments, homes and anything else in their path. We call on firefighters to help put out the flames and stop the wave of destruction from doing any more damage. Sometimes the efforts of firefighters are not enough to deter a massive fire and when things become too overwhelming on the ground, they get help from above. Recently a wildfire broke out north of Los Angeles and planes were sent in to release special fire retardant to prevent the spread of the flames.
“The material is called Foscheck. It is primarily made up of 85% water, 10% fertilizer (ammonia phosphate and sulfate ions) and 5% minor ingredients (iron oxide for color, clay or bentonite).”
Normally during an outbreak of wildfires we see helicopters or smaller planes dousing the flames with fire retardant, but this home video we see some very unexpected help from above. You will be just as shocked as the people filming the scenes of massive destruction.
How does this make you feel?
Video Credit to 808
Posted by Firemen on Sunday, July 24, 2016