Firefighter’s death caused by retardant drop from 747

A new report says a firefighter battling the largest wildfire in California history was killed last month when thousands of gallons of flame-suppressing liquid were dropped from a Boeing 747 flying only 100 feet (30 meters) above treetops 세스영어 다운로드.

The retardant struck with such force it uprooted an 87-foot (27-meter) tree that fell on Matthew Burchett. He was a battalion chief from Utah helping with the Mendocino Complex Fire north of San Francisco grep 다운로드.

The report released Friday by California’s firefighting agency says the pilot in a small lead plane nearly ran the jetliner into the trees because the pilots failed to recognize a hill in the middle of the flight path 영문 재직증명서 양식 다운로드. Firefighters were working on the hill.

Another large tree was snapped by the liquid and injured three firefighters, one seriously.

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