Newton, Mass., police said they were told by the Federal Aviation Administration of reports from pilots Tuesday evening, WCVB-TV reported. One of the planes was flying into Logan International Airport, a few miles to the east, and the other had just taken off for Atlanta.
Police searched the area where the lasers apparently originated without result.
A few hours earlier, a driver reported a man shined a laser into his face and was doing the same thing to other drivers, police said.
Lasers can cause temporary or permanent blindness if they are shone into the eyes.
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