A piece of airplane equipment crashed down into a Milton resident's yard Sunday, but no one was injured.
Wenhan Huang was working on his yard when a massive, inflatable slide fell from the sky all of a sudden. Yikes! Ever heard of such a thing?
"If it had hit us, we would have been dead", Milton, Massachusetts, resident Stephanie Leguia told The Boston Herald.
Huang called Milton police, who reported the incident to the Federal Aviation Administration and sent someone to retrieve the slide.
"The escape slide did not inflate but instead came down in a compact bundle weighing about 100 pounds, " Lynch said.
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The slide from the Delta Boeing 767.
In a statement released to media, a Delta Air Lines representative said: "Delta is investigating an inflatable over-wing slide that was retrieved following an aircraft's landing into Boston's Logan Airport".
Just last week, residents vented about the noise and environmental pollution from low-flying planes to the town's select board.
Boston Logan International Airport has approximately 37,000 operations a day.