Almost 1,000 people are working on the Pioneer Fire, with 36 engines, 10 helicopters, nine water tenders, four bulldozers and five tree-chippers. Crews are focusing on preventing the fire from burning farther north or east, building lines and seek Copper Chadwick Special to the Idaho Statesman
Almost 1,000 people are working on the Pioneer Fire, with 36 engines, 10 helicopters, nine water tenders, four bulldozers and five tree-chippers. Crews are focusing on preventing the fire from burning farther north or east, building lines and seek Copper Chadwick Special to the Idaho Statesman

Drone use interrupts aviation work on still-growing Pioneer Fire

July 31, 2016 04:17 PM