Volunteers at the Do Good Bus, an organization that strives to make significant and impactful experiences by doing good deeds reached out to the Lost Hills Station when they noticed the emergency landing helispot at Zuma Beach was in dire need of a spruce up. So they gathered a group of motivated volunteers and headed Lifeguard Headquarters to bring the life back to this vitally important area for public safety.
A vibrant blue paint was used to ensure first responders who use the landing pad who see it from a distance. The Helispot is a vitally important to the area as it is used to transport critical patients and render aid.
“Thank you to Merlin and his team from the Do Good Bus. They noticed how sad the helipad looked in the Zuma Beach parking lot and reached out to our station. The volunteers from the Do Good Bus spent the day repainting the helipad, and it looks amazing.” said Captain Chuck Becerra.
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