HURRICANE IRMA: Palm Beach County Says No Drones

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BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Palm Beach County officials are urging residents to leave drones in their boxes. Since airlines flying Airbus A-300s are pretty much not flying in the storm, it stands to reason that teeny tiny drones shouldn’t be flying either.
From Palm Beach County:
“During this time period, please do not fly drones. Tropical storm or hurricane force winds will make your drone a projectile and possibly injure someone or damage property.”

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