A preliminary report indicates weather was a factor in the crash of an EagleMed helicopter in Oklahoma on March 12 that killed the pilot and injured two medical crew members.
A preliminary report indicates weather was a factor in the crash of an EagleMed helicopter in Oklahoma on March 12 that killed the pilot and injured two medical crew members. Brian Corn File photo
A preliminary report indicates weather was a factor in the crash of an EagleMed helicopter in Oklahoma on March 12 that killed the pilot and injured two medical crew members. Brian Corn File photo

NTSB: Fatal EagleMed crash in March occurred when chopper struck trees

April 17, 2015 11:20 AM

UPDATED April 17, 2015 04:28 PM

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