Drone hits Great American Tower, breaks glass


Henry Molski

A drone flying through downtown Cincinnati struck the north side of Great American Tower on Tuesday afternoon and broke glass that fell on top of the building’s garage.

The drone struck a glass pane between the 28th and 29th floors sometime between noon and 1 p.m. Tuesday, according to José Marques, a spokesperson for Western & Southern Financial Group and Great American Tower.

Marques said some glass fell from the pane that shattered, but no one was injured.

The Cincinnati Police Department responded to the incident, according to Marques. Police from Cincinnati’s Central Business District were not immediately available for comment.

Recreational aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles  are not permitted in the Downtown area, including airspace over the Ohio River, Great American Ball Park and Paul Brown Stadium, according to the City of Cincinnati.

Drone use is also prohibited within five miles of the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport  and the Lunken Airport.


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