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Monika and Joseph Nourmand say they were looking forward to the festivities and were surprised when they realized the party included a drone light show. They say they had no warning for what would come next. "All of a sudden, something just hit me in the face," Monika Nourmand remembers. "The next thing I know there's blood pouring out of her eye," Monika's husband Joseph Nourmand recalls. The Nourmands have video of the aftermath of the June 30 party. It is dark, but the drone is visible on the ground. That drone, according to the Nourmands, hit not only Monika but her mother-in-law as well. Besides the two gashes that required stitches above and below her eye, Monika says she suffered permanent damage. "I did lose my eyesight," Monika said.
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