Videos circulating on social media showed pros who were warming up at the Erin Hills golf course pointing at the blimp as it tumbled out of the sky.
The blimp crashed in an open field. Its pilot did not sustain serious injuries and is expected to be OK, a representative from AirSign — the owners of the blimp
Watch: Flight for Life responds to the area near Erin Hills Golf Course after a blimp crash.
Опубликовано FOX6 News Milwaukee 15 июня 2017 г.
The company, which describes itself as a “national aerial advertising firm,” added that it was investigating the incident.
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The tournament – which is being held at the Erin course through Sunday – is one of golf’s four majors and a marquee event on the PGA Tour.