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Así nos reciben el primer día... Cosas paranormales y puertas de #santanderselect estrelladas... Sin explicación #paranormal #crash #glass #door #santandermexico #godinez #welcome
Poor cunt, luckily there was no fatality’s just don’t pick a fight between a HGV and a barrier as they both normally win 9 times out of 10, #fucked #m9 #ford #transshite #crash
Why we can't have nice things: Two Thursdays ago, October 12, the first confirmed drone vs commercial passenger aircraft collision took place, when “a yellow drone” struck a Beech King Air on final approach over Quebec City, at 1,500-1,700 feet / 457-518 meters altitude. The plane landed safely. 😮

This comes close on the heels of the first confirmed drone vs manned aircraft collision, which took place September 21 when a U.S. Army Black Hawk helicopter providing security for a meeting of the U.N. General Assembly in Manhattan hit a drone, damaging the fuselage and a main rotor blade. 😱

Black Hawks are notoriously tough—the rotors and fuselage can withstand 23-mm anti-aircraft rounds, but that may not be the same as grinding up a 3-lb/1.4-kg drone embedded in the rotor pitch controls. In this case the Black Hawk landed, was repaired and returned to service. Had this been a civilian helicopter it's doubtful the outcome would have been as benign.

As someone who grew up flying models of all sorts, I understand the appeal of drone flying. We did a lot of crazy things with radio control airplanes, but nothing that endangered anyone other than ourselves.

Model aircraft are tricky—they don't have a drone's autonomous guidance and augmented stability. By the time you've learned to control a model airplane that might imperil an airliner, you've had enough close calls to respect the machine.

Drones, on the other hand, might be too easy to master. It takes skill to fly them well, especially the racing versions, but it's far easier to just fly one out of the box and into controlled airspace.

The fact so many aviation experts said this was inevitable says nothing good about the current drone environment. Everyone was lucky. This time.

I'm not necessarily a drone fan, but I admire what they might do; and are already doing, such as pipeline and power line inspection, aerial mapping and photography, deliveries, etc. Their very lack of regulatory oversight is leading people to invent novel uses for these flyers.

If governments suddenly come down hard on drones it will be because of incidents like these. Which isn't good for any of us. 😡

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Ya see, THIS is why you shouldnt try to teach someone how to ride...or let a newbie operate your bike. Was that her shoe though, had to have been a Zoom Air 😂 #iSpyBikes.
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Happened to have my camera gear in the truck when a Dump Truck tipped over on I-94 today. #DJI #djimavicpro #Drone #accident #Dumptruck #wisconsin #caraccident #Crash #droneshot
#RNJNEWS: 71-year-old man in critical condition after crash on Route 94

BLAIRSTOWN TOWNSHIP, NJ (Warren County) – A 71-year-old man is in critical condition following a crash on Route 94 Sunday afternoon, according to Blairstown Police Captain Scott Johnsen.

The man was flown to Morristown Medical Center following the crash, which occurred shortly before 3:00 p.m., Johnsen said.

The driver was making a left out of the Acme Market when his Toyota RAV4 was T-boned by a Ford F-450 which was travelling south on Route 94 near Lambert Rd, Johnsen said.

The driver was trapped inside the RAV4 and was extricated through the passenger side rear door, Johnsen said.

The male driver of Ford refused medical attention at the scene, Johnsen said.

Police didn’t release the names of the drivers involved.

Route 94 was closed for approximately 4 ½ hours while police investigated the crash.

Assisting at the scene was the Blairstown Hose Company#1, Blairstown Ambulance, Warren County Crash Team and New Jersey Department of Transportation.

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