Hundreds of birds suddenly crash into the walls of the NASCAR Hall in Charlotte
Charlotte feral mass suicide shook the public. More than three hundred bodies of dead and wounded birds were collected by residents after the sudden "suicide bombing" of the NASCAR Hall.
Around midnight, birds began massively ramming the windows and walls of the building. Random passersby noticed such strange and terrible behavior of animals, immediately called the rescue service.
Arriving rescuers discovered about 310 birds lying on the sidewalk with fractures of wings and other bones. More than a hundred chimney swifts died as a result of blows against walls and falling to the ground.
The witness of this incident, Holl Belle, filmed mass suicides of birds for an hour, and then posted a worrying video on Facebook.
“Don’t let them hit you. There’s something wrong with them,” someone says in the video. “It’s a whole flock. That’s odd.”
Authorities said that at that time the NASCAR Hall was closed, so there were no casualties among the population. Scientists attribute this incident to annual bird migration. According to biologists, the birds could be disoriented due to the reflective surface of the building and lights, so Kim Brand, senior network manager at Audubon North Carolina, recommended not turning on the night lights until November, in order to avoid such incidents.
“We recommend that the NASCAR Hall of Fame turn out all lights this evening and through mid-November to protect swifts and other birds migrating south for the winter,” Brand said.
On the other hand, people on the network connect the suicidal behavior of birds not with disorientation from the lanterns, but with the nearby 5G Tower. Earlier, cases of mass death of bees under communication towers supporting high-speed 5G Internet were already known.