I took the chance. The FAA says not to fly over crowds, which I don’t consider people in steal boxes a big risk. Vehicle damage maybe. Also, the height of the bridge was just below 400’. No issue there
With the thousands of videos and pictures from people fly around from towns and cites, are you saying none of them fly over city streets? That some how every flight is over safe passages where there are no cars, no pedestrians, no one in the front or back yards? What makes flying over a bridge more risky than a city street?
In your world drones can only be flown over trees, fields and water. Wait, can’t do water either might risk a boat.
Where would the USA be if Benjamin Franklin had obeyed all the rules from us Brits. I am sure he would have approved. Get a train in shot next time. It will be even better.
So now you double down on the attempt to justify violating the rules. I guess you won't accept that the rules are the to minimize the potential for injury until and injury or death occurs. Again, it's that sort of attitude that has created the rash of rule making we've seen and blatant violations, in your face violations thrown thrown up on internet, that are going to be the motivation for the FAA to make the rules even more stringent. Neither you or I know what percentage of drone pilot at least make a good faith attempt at following the rules but that has nothing to do with the violation you highlight in this video. Two wrongs don't make a right.