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iN VIDEO: Kamloops pilot shows Interior wildfire destruction from the sky

Westwold to the right in this image taken from the sky.
Image Credit: YOUTUBE/How I Fly

A Kamloops pilot known for sharing videos of his perspective from the air is providing a bird's eye view of the damage caused by Interior wildfires.

In a video published Aug. 21, Dale Maher, flying in his Van's RV-6A, showed scenes of the Tremont Creek wildfire near Logan Lake and White Rock Lake wildfire near Monte Lake.

He noted in the video that he flew above the restricted airspace, reaching 6,500 and 9,500 feet.

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The video shows blackened landscapes and smoke.

“I find it very interesting, you can see there’s this whole back of ground is burnt and scarred but there’s live trees all around it,” he said in the video.

The video was posted to his YouTube channel called How I Fly, which has more than 1,300 subscribers.


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