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U.S. Coast Guard Helicopter Makes Emergency Landing in Coronado

A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter made an emergency landing in an empty parking lot near Silver Strand State Beach in Coronado, California, on August 8th.

Authorities said the crew decided to land as a precaution after a warning light in the cockpit came on.

The helicopter landed safely. Everyone aboard remained unharmed.


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Tour Helicopter Crashes in California; 3 Injured

A tour helicopter made a crash landing, hit 2 vans, and caught fire in the parking area of Santa Barbara Municipal Golf Club in California, in the afternoon of May 5th.

The four-seater Robinson R-44 was returning to the Santa Barbara Municipal Airport after a tour, when it developed a mechanical problem.

All three people aboard sustained injuries.

The FAA is investigating.


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Two Injured after Small Plane Crashed near Centennial airport, Colorado

A small plane crashed near Centennial airport in Colorado, on February 18th.

Authorities said the plane went down in a parking lot at Belford Avenue and Peoria Street.

There were two people aboard at the time; one of them was taken to a hospital while the other one was treated at the scene.

The cause of crash is being investigated.

Sky Regional Airlines Flight Rejects Take Off From LaGuardia Airport

Sky Regional Airlines flight AC-7637 had to reject take off from LaGuardia Airport, New York, on January 12th.

The plane, flying on behalf of Air Canada, was accelerating to take off for Montreal, Canada, when the crew noticed an issue with the right hand engine and rejected take off.

The plane taxied to a parking spot.

All passengers and crew members remained unarmed.


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2 Injured as Small Plane Crashes in College Station

A single-engine Cessna 172 plane crashed in a parking lot in College Station, Texas, on September 17.

Authorities said the plane, travelling from Edgewood to Port Aransas, lost power before it went down around 10 miles south of Easterwood Airport.

There were 2 people aboard, including the pilot Daniel Albert Fox and his wife Charlynn. Both of them sustained non-life-threatening injuries and were taken to College Station Medical Center.

The DPS and the FAA are investigating.

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