Two large capacity amphibious aircraft and two Forest Fire Reinforcement Brigades have been displaced to the area. A Communications and Observation Plane has also been sent that sends aerial images in real time about the evolution of the flames.
The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food has sent air resources and specialists in extinction work to the area of El Hoyo de Pinares in Ávila, to support the Autonomous Community of Castilla y León to quell the forest fire that has been declared in that area. zone.
Up to that time, two amphibious planes of 5,500 liters of discharge from the Torrejón base in Madrid have been displaced, as well as a Communications and Observation Plane (ACO), from the Matacán base in Salamanca, which sends aerial images in real time on the evolution of the fire.
Complementing the work of the aerial media, two brigades of reinforcement against forest fires from the bases of La Iglesuela in Toledo and Puerto el Pico in Ávila also work on land.
The extinction of this fire, declared level 1, is hampered by strong winds in the area.