By: Lin Meng-ju and Lee Mei-yu
Taipei, Oct. 29 (CNA) An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) crashed into the Taipei 101 skyscraper Tuesday but it was not yet known whether it caused any damage to the iconic building, according to Taipei 101 spokesman Michael Liu (劉家豪).
Liu said a full investigation into the latest incident will be carried out and may determine where exactly the UAV hit the building.
Debris from the UAV was found not just on the ground outside the building, but also on the balcony of the 82nd floor, indicating that the drone had been flying quite high.
Tuesday’s drone crash was the latest in a series of similar incidents in the Taipei 101 area since mid-June. No injuries have been reported as a result of the crashes. [FULL STORY]