N.H. uses aircraft to patrol highways, operate rescues

12/31/2012 | Union Leader (Manchester, N.H.), The

The New Hampshire state police use a helicopter equipped with infrared equipment that enables it to detect a person's body heat in searches and rescues and a Cessna airplane to patrol highways. "There are so many high speeds we've been getting recently, and many of these (drivers) wouldn't be apprehended by conventional radar or laser because of traffic volume," said state police Director Col. Robert Quinn.

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