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Helicopter Crashes Into Hudson River In New York, Injuring Two

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Helicopter Crashes Into Hudson River In New York, Injuring Two

Helicopter Crashes Into Hudson River In New York, Injuring Two

According to Reuters, a helicopter that fell short of its landing pad crashed into the Hudson River in New York City on Wednesday, injuring two people.

In a Twitter message, the city Fire Department wrote that the helicopter’s pilot and a heliport worker suffered “non-life-threatening” injuries in the incident.

In a separate tweet, the department said that the pilot was the only person aboard the helicopter at the time of the crash.

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