Northwood Hills residents are receiving temporary relief from a noisy aircraft engine being operated by a wind-testing company next to their neighborhood.
The Palm Beach Post reported last month that Architectural Testing, a company that builds mock-ups of buildings and tests whether they can withstand hurricane-force winds, torrential downpours and other potential natural disasters, was using a Pratt & Whitney R-2800 aircraft engine to simulate winds of 85 mph or stronger.
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