CHS Pics | Early contender for saddest Capitol Hill story of the year

It’s only January 7th and we already have a contender for the saddest story in 2019 on Capitol Hill.

A new, heartbreaking flyer has joined the mix of lost dog and house cleaning service ads on utility poles around 19th Ave.

“First flight the plane took off and kept going!,” it reads. “We could see it high in the sky fly over Meany Middle School and it kept flying north.”

During the recent wind-whipped days, did you see a small, blue and white remote control airplane soaring tragically to the north?

You can make this possible saddest of 2019 into the happiest Capitol Hill story of the year. An image of the full flyer is here complete with contact info for the pilot’s crew.


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One thought on “CHS Pics | Early contender for saddest Capitol Hill story of the year

  1. We almost had a similar thing happen with a toy plane at TT Minor, the wind drifted it over the school and we thought it would be lost to the roof. Luckily it came down in a courtyard and we were allowed through a classroom to go retrieve it.

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