Drones used to find lost dogs, cats?

by AARON KLEIN, WND.com  |  published on March 8, 2013

An ABC News reporter suggested on air that drones will become such a routine part of American life that they eventually will be used to find lost dogs and cats.

The comments were made by ABC’s John Muller, who was reporting last night on a possible drone sighting near JFK Airport in New York as commercial planes were taking off and landing.

“Now experts say drones will eventually become a day-to-day part of life used in weather and traffic reports. Even for finding lost dogs and cats,” Muller stated.

Muller reported the unknown flying object was sighted by an Alitalia pilot who was in his final approach into JFK when he said he saw something hovering about 200 feet away.

The New York Post quoted unnamed sources saying the “drone” was black and had helicopter rotors on its corners.

In an audio recording played on ABC, the Alitalia pilot says: “We saw a drone, a drone aircraft.”

The control tower is then heard warning other aircraft, telling one: “Delta 1368, use caution. There was a report of a drone aircraft on about a five-mile funnel 1,500 feet.”

The Joint Terror Task Force and Federal Aviation Administration are reportedly probing the alleged drone sighting.

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