Tue, May 03, 2011
Three Of The Four On Board Injured
A helicopter carrying a reality television crew filming on the
Indiana University of Pennsylvania campus went down Saturday during
a shoot, injuring three of the four people on board.
Robinson R44 File Photo
The Robinson R44 went down about 2030 EDT Saturday between
apartment buildings on the college campus. It was taking part in
the filming of a reality show called "Campus PD." The Associated
Press reports that the crew members were all identified as
Canadians. The show is not affiliated with the university,
according to IUP spokesperson Michelle Fryling.
The FAA said that one of those injured was in critical
condition, and two were listed as serious. The pilot was among
those injured in the accident. The fourth person on board
reportedly walked away from the accident.
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