FAA Issues No Fly Zone Over St. Louis Suburb, Charter Internet Services Down

Mike Paczesny | The Rundown Live

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued airspace restrictions (No Fly Zone) over Ferguson, Missouri.

All commercial pilots in the country are getting this notice.

Notice to Airmen: Airspace restriction over Ferguson.

The St. Louis suburb has been in chaos since an unarmed teenager was shot by police.

The reason listed on the Federal Aviation Commission’s website for the no-fly zone over the city is “TO PROVIDE A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT ACTIVITIES.

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Ferguson, Missouri is located right next to Lambert International Airport in St. Louis, Missouri.

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Internet connections have been rumored to be down in the area, specifically, Charter Communications which provides telecommunication in the area.

Comments

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  • Why did they shut down the internet???

  • sam

    So they the people cant tell anyone what is going on

  • This way they have NO Accountability. The innocent people that are taking the videos of the corruption will not be able to let the public know, what is going on there. The police say they are in the right… so what are they trying to hide?