2 Porter Airlines after injuries forced escape from Lake Ontario on the plane 'voice'
An aircraft a "voice" to avoid perverse two people were injured in the skies over Lake Ontario on Monday.
Porter Airlines Dash 8 aircraft, which was carrying 54 passengers, the Billy Bishop suffered mind about 9,000 feet down as Toronto City Airport.
"The pilots noticed something in the distance and realized she was very close to the object, as they are the path of their flight," Porter Airlines said in a statement, Canadian Press.
The pilots at first thought it was a balloon. However, after the debriefing, said he could drone.
"Nobody knows at this point. It happened so quickly," said Peter Rowntree, senior regional investigator with the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, told the Star. "It certainly was not an animal. It was a fairly large object."
CBC reported that two flight attendants were treated for minor injuries were taken to an area hospital.
The Canadian government now move to the new rules to control the increasing number of attacks, and potentially as working to help prevent events.
, There have been a number of close calls between aircraft and drones around the world, especially near airports. Earlier this year, close to Heathrow airport, while a British Airways jet hit a drone. No one was injured in the incident.