Police investigate after laser pens are pointed at planes flying over Ulverston
The incidents both occurred when the planes were travelling at 2,500ft, a mile south-east of Ulverston.
The first instance was reported at around 8.50pm on 8th October, and the second at around 7:55pm on 9th October.
No one was injured in these incidents, however one of the planes had to alter its flight path to avoid the light. Shining a laser pen at an aircraft could distract or disorientate the pilot and is an extremely dangerous thing to do with potentially devastating consequences.
Anyone who has any information about the two incidents should call Cumbria Police on 101 and ask for Sgt... read more
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