No one was injured in a helicopter crash north of Rock
Springs, Wyoming early Tuesday evening. At the scene, Sheriff Rich Haskell said
Undersheriff Craig Jackson was on Yellowstone Road about 3 miles north
of the city when he saw a helicopter circling west of the roadway around
6 p.m. He then observed the helicopter drop straight to the ground from
a relatively low altitude. Jackson investigated and found the craft to
be a Guardian Flight helicopter with five people aboard, none of whom
were patients. None were injured in the crash. Haskell said federal
officials are being notified and will be in charge of the investigation.
He said he planned on releasing additional information on Wednesday.
Information from: Rock Springs Rocket-Miner
Which is a good thing as the people onboard were lucky to escape unscathed. This news triggered on how safe these choppers for use.ReplyDelete
More than the pilot, I think the aerospace hardware engineer should be commended for making sure there were enough ground checks made before that chopper took off.ReplyDelete
It was good news that no one injured in the helicopter crash. Those people in this helicopter is very blessed.ReplyDelete
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