Lost helicopter lands in garden
WE VE all heard about fairies at the bottom of the garden — but no-one mentioned helicopters! However, that s what grandmother Mary Nelder found at the end of her 100-foot long garden. Mrs Nelder (above) of Crown Street, Redbourn, said: It s lucky I spot
WE'VE all heard about fairies at the bottom of the garden - but no-one mentioned helicopters!
However, that's what grandmother Mary Nelder found at the end of her 100-foot long garden.
Mrs Nelder (above) of Crown Street, Redbourn, said: "It's lucky I spotted it really. I thought it must be a Christmas present. I know these remote-controlled contraptions can fly quite a distance but I've put up notices round and about in the village with no takers."
The Dragonfly 2005 helicopter is about two feet wide and seems undamaged.
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Anyone wanting to claim it should contact the Nelders on 01582 792907 providing proof of ownership.
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