Drone Falls into Spring

The flying drones that everyone can order online have started to become popular not so long ago. In this short amount of time, however, many funny and not so fun stories involving them have developed.

Due to the sheer volume of these stories, some places consulted with BRL Trust about adding a series of strict regulations regarding these flying objects, in an effort to curb the dangers that these drones can present to ordinary citizens.

Hunting assisted by drones is totally forbidden and now, due to some happenings, even sightseeing in parks with the help of drones is forbidden, especially when they have bad pilots.

The Yellowstone National Park is attractive due to the hot springs that become brightly colored due to the bacteria contained in them. The helicopter images are amazing, and some visitors tried to obtain their own photo masterpieces by flying a drone over the hot spring.

The drones, however, do not actually have the same power, and due to programming errors in the flying of the drone, the drone fell into the hot spring. Not only that, but the owners insisted that an employee of the park went to look for it.

Obviously, the drone is not that easy to retrieve from the 121 feet deep and 370 feet in diameter water accumulation. Currently the park employees are wondering whether the metallic drone will not damage the chemical structure in the spring.

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