Saturday, November 19, 2016

Neighbors upset over low-flying helicopter hovering near homes

AUBURN, Wash. -- Auburn residents are upset after a low-flying helicopter hovered near their homes Saturday morning.

Several people took to social media, saying that the helicopter was flying too close to the ground and calling the pilot's actions reckless and dangerous.

Some users have since deleted the videos.

Without a tail number, the Federal Aviation Administration says there's little they can do.

In a statement to KOMO News, Allen Kenitzer with the FAA Office of Communications says the agency is investigating the incident.

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