No one was injured after the banner, in which he argues for an expansion of pre-kindergarten programs, broke loose on Thursday over Trenton.
A plane-pulled banner broke loose and came down near the New Jersey statehouse, fluttering on the ground and the breaking of the windscreen of a parked car.
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The banner fell under a clear sky Thursday, the plane flew over the capital of the state for hitting a black Kia sedan. An ad for the expansion of the pre-kindergarten and said: “50,000 NJ Kids are Waiting.”
The banner was photographed floating out of the air after breaking loose from the aircraft.
Emblazoned on the banner was the name “Pre-K Our Way,” a non-profit organization that pushes for the setting up of the pre-kindergarten and the extra cities. The group said in a statement no one appeared injured and the aircraft company sent someone on the scene.
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It was not immediately known what caused the banner to fall. No injuries were reported.