New Drones To Help Firefighters Fight Bush Fires

Drones will mobilise all through the state to help firefighters reply to natural disasters. Fire and rescue demonstrated the state-of-the-art equipment today part of a recommendation by the bushfire inquiry to hasten decision-making and save lives.

Added funding by the New South Wales Government will provide their firefighters cutting-age tech such as drones to allow them to combat bush fires as well as other unexpected emergencies.

Fire and Rescue New South Wales teams are being instructed to use highly developed drone technology in the lead up to summer to prepare for any bushfire and also various other emergency situations.

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