Up until now, consumer drones have been at best a fun hobby for many and, at worst, a nuisance for the privacy-minded and tech-phobic. But a recent accident in England may change how we look at consumer drones moving forward

An 18-month-old child named Oscar Webb in Worcestershire lost one of his eyes when an amateur drone operator, Simon Evans, lost control of his remote-controlled drone

As Evans was landing the drone from about 60 feet in the air, the drone hit a tree, spun around and collided with Oscar, slicing his right eye in half, causing irreparable damage. Read more…

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