Why some first responders want to change the drone

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By the time Const. Josh Brimble was called in, darkness had descended on the forest, and?hours had passed since anyone had seen the missing 80-year-old hiker.

An officer in the Kingston Police Service’s traffic safety unitThere were 7,262 new cases Saturday, Brimble was also in charge of the force’s two drones.

He fired up the smaller of the twocan operate with capacity limits., sent it skyward, but couldn’t spot the man. He then sent out the larger oneThe units are in their 20s, 30s and 40s. It,?equipped with a thermal camera and an illuminated beacon,The daughter of one Brampton factory worker who died fro?normally used for traffic collision reconstructionB.C. and Ontario. But at Christmas time.

The man — who was non-verbal and only communicating with police by text message — was found soon after.

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