A helicopter crash in New Jersey Pine Barrens instantly killed the pilot and the photojournalist on board.
Helicopter Crash In The New Jersey Pine Barrens
A news helicopter from Philadelphia crashed in the New Jersey Pine Barrens at high speed, breaking apart and catching fire. The crash in the New Jersey Pine Barrens occurred as the chopper returned from an assignment photographing Christmas lights.
Both the photojournalist and the pilot were killed in the crash in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Investigators determined that there was no in-flight fire or explosion before the crash in the New Jersey Pine Barrens and that the rotors were still spinning upon impact with the trees.
The cause of the crash in the New Jersey Pine Barrens is still unknown, and the investigation is expected to take up to two years. The tragic crash in the New Jersey Pine Barrens sent shockwaves through the community, as the photojournalist and the pilot were highly respected individuals.
According to a published article by the New York Post, with no evidence of an in-flight fire or explosion, the investigators faced a perplexing puzzle to unravel the cause of the crash in the New Jersey Pine Barrens.
The fact that the rotors were still spinning upon the crash in the New Jersey Pine Barrens with the trees added another layer of complexity to the investigation. As the investigation is expected to take up to two years, the families and friends of the victims can only hope for answers and closure in due time.
An Emergency Warning Was Not Issued
In a published article by The Morning Call, the pilot did not issue an emergency warning before the crash. Investigators are examining the wreckage to determine the cause of the crash, but it may take up to two years for the findings to be announced. The debris field was larger than initially estimated.