Residents watch in horror, some don’t mind
By Shepard Ambellas
KEY WEST, Florida (INTELLIHUB) — I couldn’t believe my eyes when I spotted, then captured on film, an ominous helicopter equipped for aerosol discharge, spraying city’s human populace, in what officials claim is being done to control the mosquito population in the area.
Shockingly I was buzzed by the low-flying helicopter, which flew over my vehicle at a mere 60 feet above ground level (AGL), while I was driving down Caroline St. at about 7:02 a.m. Friday morning.
According to a local source these “aerial larvicide missions via helicopter” began Thursday over the city and may have continued into Friday do to weather patterns.
Apparently the spray consists of a “mosquito larva-specific soil bacteria. It is mixed with water and applied as a mist to combat Aedes aegypti, the mosquito that can transmit both dengue fever and chikungunya,” as reported by Key West News.
The Florida Mosquito Control Association (FMCA) oversees the spraying operations which concern some local residents. However it’s important to note that at least one resident who I interviewd wasn’t at all bothered by the spraying which he added was “necessary” to stop mosquitoes.
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