1 useless in rural northeastern Pennsylvania chopper crash – CBS Pittsburgh

MEHOOPANY, Pa. (AP) – A person was killed in a helicopter crash in rural northeastern Pennsylvania.

The Federal Aviation Administration reports that the wreck of a Robinson R44 helicopter was found in a remote area of ​​Wyoming County Thursday night after the agency issued a warning about a missing aircraft.

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State Police say one person was killed, but that person’s name was not made public.

The flight had left Allentown Queen Municipal Airport in Allentown and had flown to Bradford County Airport in Towanda.

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The Robinson R44 is a four-seat light helicopter that has been in production since 1992.

The National Transportation Safety Board will be responsible for the investigation.

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