A drone’s eye view of the latest oil train explosion | Motherboard
Drones used for journalism and disaster response have been hovering in a grey area, as the FAA argues that organized operations can’t use them. The footage above helps emphasize the usefulness of drone coverage—you get a true sense of the scale of the disaster—as well as helps drive home how nasty these oil train crashes are.
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