Brand new DJI Phantom 4 Professional (P4P+) CRUSHED by Truck!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jagerbomb52, Dec 1, 2016.

  1. Wingshooter

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    That is wild.
     
  2. Davidnclearlaketx

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    Damn sad.
    :( Looks like someone did do it on purpose but that is one strong core/frame for sure. ..or just not paying attention...unless it was just a big truck and he didn't even see the P4P+ until after he rolled over it.

    Can we all take a moment of silence for our lost friend gone to DJI heaven.
     
  3. Davidnclearlaketx

    Davidnclearlaketx Active Member

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    Sweep up all the pieces, bag it all up and send back to DJI for warranty....sensor malfunction... heheeheh
    ;)
     
  4. Luke Warm

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    That does it! I'm selling my GMC 2500HD Club Cab 4x4 with a long bed because I feel crushed as a drone owner. With the proceeds from the sale, I'm buying a Smart Car and a DJI Phantom 4.

    Also, I'm wondering why the guy (when he saw the slow moving truck driving along on that stretch of road) didn't walk over to the drone and take it out of harms way?
     
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  5. GabeZ

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    I've got a feeling that they were too far away from it, or they were trying to flag down the driver and it still got crushed. Because the battery was on, perhaps the pilot of it was also not paying attention at the same time. In any case, it's still rather disheartening. These drones aren't cheep, and had that been an Inspire 1 or 2, someone probably would have lost it and chased the guy down.
     
  6. terbobob

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    WAY too many questions to make ANY accusations on either the driver of the PU , or on the pilot of the drone.
     
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