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Two members of Penticton Fire Rescue apply foam to a fuel spill beneath a small, twin-engine jet parked on the tarmac in front of the Penticton Regional Airport flight tower Thursday morning. According to fire officials, the minor spill happened during refueling of the aircraft and was captured in a containment pocket. There was no equipment or environmental damage. - Mark Brett/Western News
Two members of Penticton Fire Rescue apply foam to a fuel spill beneath a small, twin-engine jet parked on the tarmac in front of the Penticton Regional Airport flight tower Thursday morning. According to fire officials, the minor spill happened during refueling of the aircraft and was captured in a containment pocket. There was no equipment or environmental damage.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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