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US Virgin Islands helicopter crash

US Virgin Islands helicopter crash

US Virgin Islands helicopter crash

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our people are dead in the U.S. Virgin Islands Monday after a helicopter crash, according to the Virgin Islands Emergency Management Agency.

Calls to 911 about a chopper going down in the western end of the St. Thomas area of Botany Bay came in around 3:14 p.m. local time, according to authorities.

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Some people suggest it was N13AT, a Bell 206B JetRanger.

RE: US Virgin Islands helicopter crash

It is resistred in the area.

SummaryBELL 206B
Rotorcraft
(5 seats / 1 engine)
OwnerCARIBBEAN BUZZ MANAGEMENT LLC
ST THOMAS , VI, US
Airworthiness ClassMultiple/Normal
Serial Number3267
EngineALLISON 250-C20 SER (Turbo-shaft)
Horsepower: 420
WeightLess than 12,500lbs
Speed112mph
Mode S Code050074352 / A078EARegistration Details
StatusAssigned
Certificate Issue Date2019-08-12
Airworthiness Date1993-06-23
Last Action Date2019-08-12
Expiration2022-08-31
Registry SourceFAA

Different skin
https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/40375

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