Low-Flying Supertanker Drops 72.6 Tons Of Water On Forest Fire

Epic low flyby of a firefighting plane puts you right in the middle of the action. The over 70 tons of water will go a long way to saving the precious rainforest in Chile.

As the plane approaches, you can feel it in your gut. The vibration only gets louder and more intense as the giant aircraft approaches. And then it opens a hatch under its belly.

Suddenly the world is engulfed in white as 70+ tons of water flood the forest. It’s a wonder the man was able to hold onto his camera to film it.