Drone helps fight Austin (TX) condo blaze

Three Austin firefighters injured battling a condo blaze are recovering Monday afternoon. Two are now out of the hospital and a third is being treated at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio. All were injured when the second floor of a condo collapsed beneath their feet.  The conditions were so bad, a drone or unmanned aerial vehicle was put in the air to give investigators eyes where it was too dangerous for firemen to step foot.   Read the article………


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