Seeing this news report: Rescue efforts underway for 3 railroad employees after trains collide near Panhandle, TX Looks like FAA closed the airspace. Is this a new thing now to keep drone flyers from getting up close footage of the derailments? it's already bad enough trying to get up close ground shots when fire and police and railroad police block everything off a long ways away and nobody can get decent photos or videos. but blocking off the air too? As a railfan I would like to be able to capture all aspects of railroading especially derailments. Sure enough on know before you fly website the airspace is blocked for a 5 mile radius at Panhandle TX. how can one get aerial shots from that distance. stupid government and law enforcement being bullies. Funny though i saw a low res video from a helicopter on that news site.