Aircraft drops water loads at night to fight huge fire in Southern California

A firefighting aircraft drops water loads at night to combat a fast-moving wildfire that broke out on September 5 in Hemet, Southern California. Two people died in the huge blaze and another was brought to the hospital with serious injuries. The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said that as of Tuesday evening (September 6), 4,000 acres have been burned and the fire is only 5% contained.