A veteran 1967 Bell UH-1H who served in the US Army Aviation

A firefighting helicopter to the rescue of a burning train in the United States

Among the best inventions in history, the helicopter should always be mentioned. It is a type of aircraft capable of facing all kinds of missions.

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One of the most common missions for helicopters is fighting fire. Throughout the world there are many helicopters specialized in this type of task, but there are few occasions in which they are seen in a situation like the one that occurred on September 28 in Keene, California, when a diesel locomotive crashed. caught fire on the go A veteran Kent County Fire Department Bell UH-1H Huey helicopter rushed to the scene when alerted by the railway company. Coincidentally, a train buff, Rrphotographer65, was there filming when it all happened, the video is amazing:

Looking for data about the helicopter I found in Helis.com that < strong>the helicopter in the images, the N408KC, was built in 1967 (its construction number is 9923) and served in US Army Aviation under serial number 67-17725. A jewel of helicopter that has been serving its country in different areas for more than half a century.

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