World champion skier Marcel Hirscher was swooshing down the slopes in Italy when a drone fell from the sky. It missed him by mere inches.
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The drone was being used to film the action but after the crash the International Skiing Federation immediately banned all drones from flying above the slopes.
Hirscher posted on Instagram:
INSIDE EDITION got reaction to the downhill crash from drone expert Joe Aletky.
"I reviewed the video and it was a very close call. By the vertical drop of the aircraft, it could have been A) there are no batteries -- which means it can't stabilize itself anymore. B) There is an error in the sensors -- which means it doesn't know which way is up or down."
This isn't the first drone to crash land at a sporting event.
Last summer this drone slammed into fans at the U.S. Open in New York.
Annoyed fans in Los Angeles actually knocked down a drone when it buzzed their heads outside The Staples Center when they were celebrating the L.A. Kings’ Stanley Cup win in 2014.
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Whatever you do, keep your drones clear of the slopes.