State, Federal Agencies Cool to Firefighting 'Miracle Water'
An update on a new, environmentally friendly way to fight wildfires. KPIX previously reported about a company that says its product can put out fires in record time. But, as Julie Watts explains, the company is getting some pushback from state and federal agencies. (11-1-18)

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