Flights diverted as no-fly zone declared over Ferguson, Missouri

Ferguson, Missouri.

Ferguson, Missouri. Image by Mike Licht / CC BY 2.0

A three-mile radius of air space over Ferguson, Missouri, was declared a no-fly zone by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) late on Monday night, after protesters and police clashed in a night of violence following the grand jury’s decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson. Flights into Lambert-St. Louis International Airport were diverted to ‘provide a safe environment for law enforcement activities,’ according to the FAA. Read more:

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