New York airport jets 'directed by child'

From 'BBC' (of the 'single quote' indicating nothing) New York airport jets 'directed by child'


US officials are investigating how a child was apparently allowed to direct planes at New York's JFK airport - one of the country's busiest.

If I were that kid I that would have been so cool.

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