Helicopter crashes On the Top Of Building In Midtown

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Helicopter crashes: A New York City Police Department source told CBS News that the helicopter crash-landed on the roof. The weather was foggy and rainy at the time. The helicopter was flying in restricted air space and in rain and fog when it was crashed.

Helicopter crashes

A helicopter crashed onto the roof of the 54-story building Monday afternoon in Midtown Manhattan. Killing the pilot, New York City police and fire officials said. No one else was injured in the crash.

Which officials said appeared to be an accident — not an act of terrorism.

The pilot, identified as Tim McCormack, was killed in the crash.

The East Clinton, New York, Volunteer Fire Department said he served as chief there for 10 years. He was a member of the LaGrange Fire Department.

15 years of experience flying helicopters and single-engine airplanes. He was certified as a flight instructor last year. According to Federal Aviation Administration records.

The FAA said the aircraft was an Agusta A109E helicopter. The NTSB will investigate the cause of the crash. FAA air traffic controllers “did not handle the flight.”. The helicopter was registered to American Continental Properties, LLC.

The building was evacuated. After Helicopter crashes

“There were shake and the noise and then we just evacuated,” one man said. “That was about it. We just heard the ground shake.

Like it was an earthquake and then we went back to business. Then we got the notice to evacuate.”

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