New Jersey Firefighters Land In California To Provide Mutual Aid Against Wildfires [PHOTOS & VIDEO]

As numerous western US states struggle to contain dozens of out-of-control wildfires, New Jersey firefighters have landed in California to provide mutual aid to overworked firefighters in the state.

3 Engines consisting of 10 New Jersey firefighters from the New Jersey Forest Fire Service Section B10 landed in the burning state yesterday and brought with them piles of equipment for the firefighters who have been losing their battle against the raging fires.

The arrival of the firefighters was made possible by FEMA Region 9, which serves California, Arizona, Hawaii, Nevada, and the Pacific Islands for FEMA-related missions.


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There are 1 Comments to "New Jersey Firefighters Land In California To Provide Mutual Aid Against Wildfires [PHOTOS & VIDEO]"

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