Man cited after landing ultralight aircraft on Olympic National Park beach to view Japanese dock tsunami debris
A statement released today by Olympic National Park:
A Forks, Washington pilot was contacted and cited by an Olympic National Park Ranger after landing an ultralight aircraft on a beach within the wilderness coast of the park on March 4. The plane was observed by park employees who were working on the coast and he was contacted at Forks airport by a ranger and cited.
The man said he landed there in order to look at the Japanese dock which washed up on the beach after the tsunami.
The pilot was also given a written warning by a law enforcement