It was a warm, sunny day on July 2, 2018 when a white, large plane carrying a man and a woman landed at the South Carolina State House.
The man, who was wearing a blue sweatshirt, and the woman, who wore a pink shirt, were in the front row, looking at the sun.
The plane was not on a runway.
It was on a beach, at an outdoor water park.
The plane touched down, then began its descent.
At first, the plane didn’t budge, but as the plane approached the shoreline, it began to turn around.
The two women then ran up to the pilot, who shouted at them to get down.
The pilot told them to wait for the plane to make its way to the shore, and then he began to land it.
The men and the women were then taken to the South Carolinas state Capitol, where they were reunited with their families.
The Statehouse was on lockdown as the investigation into the incident continued.
On the House floor, there were some cries of “no justice, no peace,” and others booed.
As the investigation unfolded, the two women were given no physical injuries, and no one was injured.
The investigation was still ongoing.
The pilot has been charged with felony assault and a misdemeanor count of trespassing, according to a news release from the South Charleston Police Department.
The woman has been released from the hospital, but the pilot has not been charged, according with the release.
The investigation is ongoing.