Climbing Trees To Free A Toy Drone From The Branches Where It Had Become Stuck

Kids Toy Drone Gets Stuck In Tree At Clove Lakes; Family Members Free It

On Sunday afternoon, the sky was blue and there was a cool breeze. A perfect day for a small gathering at Clove Lakes Park.

One family was enjoying the sunshine and the kids were playing.

An Idyllic Day At Royal Oaks.

An Idyllic Day At Royal Oaks.

They had a toy drone. Unfortunately, the drone became stuck in the branches of a tree.

So, Alex and Max sprung into action.

They climbed trees. Tried hitting the drone with a soccer ball.

Nothing was working.

Finally one of the two climbed still higher and managed to shake the branches the toy drone was snared in.

The machine fell, but didn’t break as other family members were waiting below with an outstretched blanket, ready to capture the falling drone.

Child Playing With His Toy Drone

Child Playing With His Toy Drone

That’s family teamwork as it should be.

Climbing Trees To Free A Toy Drone From The Branches Where It Had Become Stuck

Climbing Trees To Free A Toy Drone From The Branches Where It Had Become Stuck

Please note: There are strict rules for operating drones in City Parks. This was only a cheap plastic toy and had no video capabilities.  It was not launched near people, and did not fly over anyone but the family whose kids were playing with it.

Please be advised that if you have a high-end hobby or commercial drone, you must have an FAA license to operate the machine within NYC areas designated as Class-B airspace. This area is NOT such a zone.

Class-B Airspace Map For NYC Region. Courtesy of TheDroneEu.com

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