laser pointers shone at planes from puslinch: opplaser pointers shone at planes from puslinch: opplaser pointers shone at planes from puslinch: opp

by:EME LIGHTING     2020-03-16
Wellington County OPP is under investigation as someone sends a laser pointer on a flight through the pslynch area as they enter Toronto.
About 10. m.
On Saturday, March 3, Wellington County OPP received a notice from the international airport that the unknown suspect fired a laser on a flight through the western region of Laird Road, located in pslynch, close to 22 Wellington Road and Sideroad 10 North.
The area was patrolled but no suspects were found.
\"OPP would like to remind everyone that it can be very dangerous to fire a laser pointer to any driver, whether it is a pilot of an aircraft or a vessel, or even a driver of a vehicle,\" a press release from OPP, Wellington County wrote.
\"Although the observer may not see the light on the target, the magnitude of the beam is greater at the distance.
Just because you don\'t see the focus of the beam on the target does not mean that the target is not hit.
Police say the investigation into the incident is still ongoing and the charges may be pending.
Anyone who has the information on this survey is required to be in 1-888-310-1122.
Anonymous tips can be in 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)or at csgw. tips.
Wellington County OPP is under investigation as someone sends a laser pointer on a flight through the pslynch area as they enter Toronto.
About 10. m.
On Saturday, March 3, Wellington County OPP received a notice from the international airport that the unknown suspect fired a laser on a flight through the western region of Laird Road, located in pslynch, close to 22 Wellington Road and Sideroad 10 North.
The area was patrolled but no suspects were found.
\"OPP would like to remind everyone that it can be very dangerous to fire a laser pointer to any driver, whether it is a pilot of an aircraft or a vessel, or even a driver of a vehicle,\" a press release from OPP, Wellington County wrote.
\"Although the observer may not see the light on the target, the magnitude of the beam is greater at the distance.
Just because you don\'t see the focus of the beam on the target does not mean that the target is not hit.
Police say the investigation into the incident is still ongoing and the charges may be pending.
Anyone who has the information on this survey is required to be in 1-888-310-1122.
Anonymous tips can be in 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)or at csgw. tips.
Wellington County OPP is under investigation as someone sends a laser pointer on a flight through the pslynch area as they enter Toronto.
About 10. m.
On Saturday, March 3, Wellington County OPP received a notice from the international airport that the unknown suspect fired a laser on a flight through the western region of Laird Road, located in pslynch, close to 22 Wellington Road and Sideroad 10 North.
The area was patrolled but no suspects were found.
\"OPP would like to remind everyone that it can be very dangerous to fire a laser pointer to any driver, whether it is a pilot of an aircraft or a vessel, or even a driver of a vehicle,\" a press release from OPP, Wellington County wrote.
\"Although the observer may not see the light on the target, the magnitude of the beam is greater at the distance.
Just because you don\'t see the focus of the beam on the target does not mean that the target is not hit.
Police say the investigation into the incident is still ongoing and the charges may be pending.
Anyone who has the information on this survey is required to be in 1-888-310-1122.
Anonymous tips can be in 1-800-222-TIPS (8477)or at csgw. tips.
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