Discussion in 'Brixton' started by Minnie_the_Minx, Jul 5, 2008.
I can hear the helicopter coming......
You and I must be just round the corner from each other as I was coming to post the same
Don't want to tempt it back, but it flew away quick.
It's unusal for it to come in the morning.
It's just buzzed my home really loudly like it was a military aircraft, essentially it is. Now hovering at the top of Gresham Road.
Waves at helicopter, hello not heard you for a few days; perhaps you had a maintenance holiday? Welcome back.
This one seems particularly loud.
Amazingly, I can't hear it at all over here
This one's really getting on my nerves now.
That'll be what woke me up at 1.30 then
It was out for a good while last night.
This one's lingering for a very long time.
Bloody loud too !!!
What was that one? It seemed much louder than usual.
Lurking around the Hill
That was a right pain the arse last night - just as I was trying to get a five year old to stay in bed at the same time as all the windows were open
It was full on last night. Circled over the hill for a couple of hours. We couldn't sit in the garden as it was so loud and low
Giant double-rotor thing circling over Loughborough Junction just now.
How can you not recognise that as a Chinook?!
I heard that bastard. Set my windows a-rattling.
Yeah, i can hear it circling but it's not yet got annoying .
Proper copper chopper action this morning around Tulse Hill Station. Circled for 1/2 hour then spent 20mins hovering above rear of the station...west norwood side...just flew off...
It's up again but it felt like a flyby.
Yeah, it's hovering; I can see it from my living room window. Sounds like a cheap lawn mower at the moment.
It was above my house for fucking ages
It's been circling for at least half an hour.
Yes about 45 min over Cowley/ Myatt's Fields
Am right by Myatt's Fields Park. It's getting right on my tits now.
Woke up this morning and it was gone.
Here's what it was about:
Brixton helicopters, fire engines and police assist a girl stuck in a tree
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