December 16, 2017 at 5:51 am #851584
A nice hoaxy feel to this helicopter crash in an isolated part of Ontario, at Tweed.
December 2017, just before Christmas…
A key witness who felt her house shake [an old line….] and conveniently, had been taking photos of the same helicopter in front of power lines beforehand, predictive of the suggested cause of the crash..
Four guys die here today on the property. It’s pretty shocking.”
“Nobody should have to lose a loved one at this time, or any time of year, let alone when they go to do a job,” she said.
An Ornge air ambulance was dispatched at 11:53 a.m. and a second air ambulance was dispatched at 12:15 p.m. Both helicopters were later called off.
Police with the Ontario Provincial Police Central Hastings detachment were also among the first to respond to reports of the crash, according to OPP Const. Lisa Robson. The OPP emergency response team and other units also responded to the scene.
Key witness and photographer who just happened to be home, Kim Clayton of Upper Flinton Road
Pete Fisher? @NT_pfisher
Pictures taken by Kim Clayton earlier this week before the tragic accident that killed four Hydro workers.
9:32 AM – 15 Dec 2017 PT
Pictures taken by Kim Clayton earlier this week before the tragic accident that killed four Hydro workers. pic.twitter.com/K8MLB2K5Ob
— Pete Fisher (@NT_pfisher) December 15, 2017
Best [and only] available image of the “crash killing 4 people, including the pilot”
The helicopter was at a low altitude preparing to land at a nearby field when it departed from controlled flight, said Peter Rowntree, the TSB’s investigator-in-charge, at a news briefing in Tweed on Friday.
Good old TSB, willing participants in any hoax
“We are shaken and heartbroken over the tragic events of the last 24 hours,” said Hydro One chief operating officer Greg Kiraly at the news conference.
Time for some privacy now, I guess. Perhaps a modicum of grieving is permissible.
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