Four people were killed after a medical helicopter crashed while flying to a hospital in California Thursday night, officials said.
The victims were the pilot, a nurse, a paramedic and a patient, Central California EMS Director Dan Lynch told reporters.
The crew worked for SkyLife, a medical transport service jointly owned by American Ambulance and Rogers Helicopters. The company’s staff of about 600 people were celebrating at their annual Christmas party when they got the news…..
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