A preliminary report by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) explains the events that led up to the Jan. 29 crash of the Survival Flight medical helicopter in southeast Ohio, but what caused the accident remains a mystery. Pilot Jennifer Topper and flight nurses Bradley Haynes and Rachel Cunningham were killed when the aircraft went down about 15 minutes into the flight. The single-engine, turbine-powered, Bell 407 helicopter was registered to and operated by Viking Aviation LLC, doing business as Survival Flight Inc., as a helicopter air ambulance. According to the report, “visual meteorological conditions existed at the departure location, ... Read More
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