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Carmageddon: No cars, lots of loud media helicopters annoying residents

Residents who live around the Mulholland Bridge and 405 Freeway are taking to Twitter to complain about the noisy helicopters buzzing overhead.

At any given time, about four helicopters have been flying over the demolition area. On Friday, Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Ian Gregor said he did not anticipate that media crews would present an air traffic control problem.

At least one resident wasted no time in creating a Facebook page: Citizens Against Media Helicopters.


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