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Crash In Wabash, Indiana
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We have been made aware of a crash last night involving one of our helicopters in Indiana. We are working on this now and will update as information is available.
Jessica Warren
Marketing Director
Marketing@Composite-FX.com
  

  
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#2
My prayers to the pilot and his family.
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#3
Jessica,

Thanks for keeping us informed!

Michael
XE 285  1205 (Myrtle)
Start: 8/1/2013
Finish: 5/24/2014
Arrived home: 10/11/2014
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#4
Very sad news to hear. Can't stress enough, WEAR YOUR HELMETS!!!

https://wpta21.com/2020/02/24/pilot-of-h...-has-died/
Dave Storey
XET/N72SX
http://storeyaviation.com/
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Jim
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#6
Really sad news. My thoughts and prayers for him and his family.
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#7
Informed ????  Well ???
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#8
OK maybe you are new to how the NTSB and FAA do investigations but they are 100 percent in control, we have zero to do with how or when any information is released. They have asked us to assist them in some parts of the investigation. We are not allowed to publicly release any information until they decide it is ready to be released. I can only say that if the cause was do to an inherent potential failure to the existing fleet they generally will send out a notice. Ounce they have completed the investigation and it has been released we will post it as we always do.
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