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INCREDIBLE drone video shows fire destruction over Pateros/Brewster

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Devastation from Carlton Complex Fire over Brewster and Pateros from Chelan HD Productions. Devastation from Carlton Complex Fire over Brewster and Pateros from Chelan HD Productions.

KHQ.COM - Chelan HD Productions has given us permission to show this incredible video they shot with a drone surveying the damage done from the Carlton Complex Fire in the areas of Brewster and Pateros. This video is truly jaw dropping and really shows the level of destruction from the fire.

Here is a note Chelan HD Productions has posted:

"Please use the tip jar and 100% of proceeds will benefit the affected communities. We want everyone to be aware of the devastation this fire has caused countless families, and are trying to help out any way we can.

Thank You!

Chelan HD Productions llc"

There is a tip jar on their page, to donate directly to this video and have 100% of the proceeds go to help the families affected by this fire, CLICK HERE: http://vimeo.com/101148473


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