Pilot injuries non-life threatening

Raytheon operating chopper

Posted: Dec 14, 2011 11:09 AM

TUCSON – The FAA says that the helicopter pilot suffered non life-threatening injuries from the crash that occurred on Raytheon property at about 9:30 a.m.
FAA also confirms that Raytheon was operating the helicopter, which is registered to the Dougle Eagle Aviation Flight School, located at Tucson International Airport.
Raytheon has released the following official statement:
“Raytheon is confirming that a helicopter crashed at approximately 0930 this morning at our Tucson plant site. Local authorities are in command of the site; Raytheon is cooperating with them and providing assistance as needed.”
The pilot was airlifted to UMC shortly after the crash.


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