Drone Footage Offers New Glimpse Of San Francisco Mission Bay Fire
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SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A Bay Area photographer has provided a compelling view of the huge Mission Bay fire in San Francisco shot from a drone.
The drone footage was posted to YouTube and also provided to CBS San Francisco Wednesday.
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The footage was provided by professional photographer Ross Barringer, who features a number of drone images on his website.
The fire Tuesday destroyed a six-story apartment complex near AT&T Park with smoke from the inferno was widely seen across the Bay Area.
One firefighter suffered minor burns during the blaze but otherwise there were no other injuries.
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