Mammoth Fire Department trains with Native Air on helicopter safety

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By John Hernandez

The Mammoth Volunteer Fire Department recently performed training with Native Air, which has fifteen helicopter bases and three airplane locations in Arizona.

The company is a division of Omniflight Helicopters one of the nation’s leading air medical service providers.

A Native Air helicopter landed at the emergency landing site at the soccer field in Mammoth, where the fire department met the crew and went through training exercises with them. The Mammoth Vounteer Fire Department has been working on upgrading their training and improving their services.

See more photos online at http://bit.ly/172DRXl.

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