LYNWOOD, Ill. (AP) – The owner of a suburban Chicago flight school is taking responsibility for a wheel found lodged in the ceiling of a house over the weekend.
Amy Summers of SummerSkyz Inc. of Lansing says the wheel that homeowner Linda Taylor-Whitt found hanging from the ceiling of their bathroom is a helicopter ground-handling wheel.READ MORE: Student And Staff Data From Area School District Were Dumped On The Dark Web, And Parents And Staffers Had No Clue
Taylor-Whitt says she and her family discovered the wheel and the damage it caused when they returned from dinner. She says Summers has been in touch with her and explained what happened.READ MORE: Protesters Say Benet Academy In Lisle Rescinded Lacrosse Coach's Job Offer Because She Is A Lesbian
Summers says the wheel is used to move a helicopter from one hangar to another. It was still attached to the helicopter when a flight instructor flew it out of Lansing Municipal Airport.
Summers says in addition to contacting the homeowner, she has reached out to the Federal Aviation Administration.MORE NEWS: 4-Year-Old Girl With Autism Comes Home From School With Bruises, And Fight To Move Schools Goes Horrible Until Mom Gets Results With CBS 2
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