Medical helicopter crash in Oklahoma City kills two, injures one
A medical helicopter was almost unrecognizable after crashing on the morning of Feb. 22, 2013. (Photo: KFOR)
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (KFOR) – A medial helicopter owned by the air ambulance company Eagle Med crashed in a nursing home parking lot killing two and critically injured another Friday morning.
According to KFOR, Officials said the helicopter crashed in the St. Ann nursing home parking lot near Britton Rd. and Rockwell Ave.
No patients were on board, according to OKC Fire’s Marc Woodard.
One person assisting on the ground near the scene suffered injuries as well.
Eyewitnesses say that bystander may have saved the survivors life as the chopper exploded into a ball of fire after the rescuer pulled the victim to safety.
According to authorities the fatality victims are the pilot and the nurse on-board; the medic survived.
Woodard said the helicopter had just left Baptist hospital and was en route to Watonga.
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