Because of the incident, the woman developed conjunctivitis.
A resident of the Canadian province of British Columbia, Susan Allan (Susan Allan), said that human feces came to her face from the sky. According to her, impurities flew through the open hatch on the roof of the car, when she was sitting in it with her 21-year-old son. This was reported by The Canadian Press.
The woman told that the incident occurred on May 9: they were waiting for the green signal at the traffic light when the feces began to fall on the car. According to Allan, the neighboring car also suffered. The woman and her son looked up to see where the feces had come from. In the sky they saw only a flying plane.
I just want everyone to know: although it looks like a surreal story, it happened to me and my son.
Allan hopes that this “will never happen to anyone”, because for her it was “horrifying”. The woman also provided a certificate from the doctor, which states that she had conjunctivitis because of the feces caught in the eyes. According to Allan, her eye has grown to the size of a golf ball.
The woman explained that she did not want to tell publicly what had happened, but decided on this because of the inaction of local authorities. She would like her car at least washed, apologized and compensated for eye treatment.
Allan explained that she applied to the local airport and the case was transferred to the Transport Agency of Canada. The Office confirmed the fact of the investigation, but noted that it can not yet provide details.
According to the Canadian Transport Agency, aircraft with toilets are usually cleaned in special areas at airports. However, sometimes tanks with waste can run in the air. If this occurs at high altitude, the feces freeze, mix with the disinfectant and turn into the so-called “blue ice”.
Pieces of such ice have been found on Earth many times , but only in Great Britain in 2017 at least seven such cases were recorded . In the event that a plane with a leaky tank flies at a low altitude, feces can fall to Earth in normal form.