Andy Yaffa, Key West Fire Chief Michael Davila, Fire Marshal Alan Averette, attorney Stuart Grossman, Police Capt. Sean Brandenburg and attorney Bill Mulligan show the drone.
Andy Yaffa, Key West Fire Chief Michael Davila, Fire Marshal Alan Averette, attorney Stuart Grossman, Police Capt. Sean Brandenburg and attorney Bill Mulligan show the drone. Alyson Crean
Andy Yaffa, Key West Fire Chief Michael Davila, Fire Marshal Alan Averette, attorney Stuart Grossman, Police Capt. Sean Brandenburg and attorney Bill Mulligan show the drone. Alyson Crean

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