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Federal Agencies Investigate Airline Laser Incidents

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Federal Agencies Investigate Airline Laser Incidents

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Federal Agencies Investigate Airline Laser Incidents

Federal Agencies Investigate Airline Laser Incidents

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Federal agencies are investigating a series of incidents involving lasers shined into the eyes of pilots during commercial flights. The lasers can cause eye injury and disorientation. All the flights landed safely. NPR's Luke Burbank reports.

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