In The Media

SAN BERNARDINO >> As if four years of drought, thousands of acres of decades-old brush and more than 25,000 acres up in smoke weren’t enough for entrenched fire crews, Southern California’s first major wildfire of the year brought a man-made hazard to the skies that could have cost lives: Drones. 

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http://www.sbsun.com/general-news/20150625/drone-over-massive-lake-fire-couldve-killed-everybody-in-the-air-official-says

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Unless you’ve been through the disaster recovery process, you don’t know what you don’t know. Inexperience leaves you at a disadvantage and vulnerable to bad advice. Well wishing family and friends may inadvertently offer you bad advice. Despicable people who make a living preying on ignorance and desperation will target you in hopes of persuading you to accept bad advice. CARe will help equip you to discern what is in your best interest.

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