The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is going after an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) photography company in Cleveland after it operated an unmanned aircraft over the demolition of a bridge.
NewsChannel5 reports that on July 12, Cleveland Aerial Media ‘violated a temporary flight restriction’ after they captured aerial footage of the Innerbelt Bridge and shared it online.
The FAA then sent a letter to the company to inform them that they were being investigated.
Although co-owner John Ellenberger told the news agency that the company is taking the matter “very seriously,” he stresses that UAVs are bringing jobs to Ohio, “the birthplace of aviation.”
Read the entire NewsChannel5 report here.
The YouTube footage is seen here.