Drone maker says it’s ‘highly unlikely’ White House drone malfun

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The owner of a small drone that crashed at the White House earlier this week is blaming technical problems with the DJI Phantom quadcopter for the apparent mishap, though the creator of the device says it’s “highly unlikely” the device malfunctioned.

Early Monday morning, the drone’s owner, who asked not to be identified, says his friend was operating the quadcopter inside his apartment which is located within 10 blocks of the White House.

via Drone maker says it’s ‘highly unlikely’ White House drone malfun.

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