Emergency Response, Harrier Mishap, Marine Corps Air Station, Yuma, AZ.
TREVET was mobilized by the Navy and Marine Corps to respond to the crash of a Harrier aircraft onto a residential street in an Imperial, CA neighborhood. TREVET arrived at the crash site within 2 ½ hours and assisted in establishing multiple air and dust monitoring stations, secured access to JP-5 contaminated fire suppression water, supported the Aircraft Mishap Board (AMB) in securing exclusion zones and limiting site access, and initiated on-site coordination with regulatory agencies. Within 72 hours, TREVET setup equipment the crash pit for safe recovery and storage of the JP and water mixture, facilitating AMB recovery of aircraft components at the site. TREVET completed the closure report and obtained regulatory acknowledgement of “no further action” within 64 days of the crash.
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