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Low-Flying Plane Douses Parking Lot with Water Balloons

Low-Flying Plane Douses Parking Lot with Water Balloons



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LOGAN, Utah (AP) -- A low-flying plane douses a parking lot with water balloons over the weekend during the post-Cruise-In celebration in Logan.

Police say a small, single-engine airplane swooped over a crowded parking lot twice late Saturday night and early Sunday morning. Officers say the pilot turned off all lights on the plane and decreased power to the engine as it flew over the lot.

Police say the 21-year-old pilot told them the plane was having electrical problems that caused the lights to malfunction. Police later found out the man did not have a pilot's license.

Logan police say no criminal charges have been filed against the pilot and said the investigation is being turned over to the F-A-A.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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