LAFD drones to be used for first time to assess Creek, Skirball fire damage, look for hot spots – Orange County Register

For the first time, the Los Angeles Fire Department Thursday plans to deploy drones to help coordinate its battle against a pair of wildfires threatening homes in the city.

LAFD Chief Ralph Terrazas said the drones will be used “for the first time ever,” primarily to conduct property assessment as the agency surveys damage caused by the Creek fire near Sylmar and the Skirball fire in the Bel-Air and Sepulveda Pass.

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