On June 26th a drone light show was organized over Madrid, Spain to pay tribute to the coronavirus victims and emergency services. The show consisted of 40 drones that created various figures and spelled out the words ‘Hope’ and ‘Heroes.’
Drone light show over Madrid to honor coronavirus victims and emergency services
A tech company in Spain created a special drone light show to honor emergency services such as police, fire, and medical personnel as well as to pay tribute to the coronavirus victims.
40 drones with multi-color LEDs lit up the skies over Madrid, spelling the words ‘Hope’ and ‘Heroes’, as well as creating a number of figures and flags from other countries that have been hit hard by the virus such as The Unites States and China.
The drone light show took place on June 26th, 2020.
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