In accordance with a report that has been recently revealed  by the Air Accidents Investigation Branch a drone crash during the 2022 rowing event Henley Regatta could result in  “fatal injuries” of people. A drone used in order to film famous boat race was discharged and crashed into a boat. Whilst the Alta X drone was operated in the airspace, at a altitude of 50m, a pilot received information about  low battery state of charge. Subsequently, the pilot attempted to fly it back to the landing area but lost control. The UAV crashed into the Celtic Queen, a 20m-long hosting six passengers, two of whom were located at the front of the vessel. Fortunately, no one sustained injuries as a result of incident, but roof and steel handrail were damaged. The drone then fell into the water and wasn’t confiscated.