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Three injured in helicopter crash off yacht Bacarella in Norway

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Update May 13

A loose cover may have caused helicopter crash

An investigation into the helicopter crash during an attempted landing on M/Y Bacarella continues. Two people were treated and released from a hospital and one remains in critical condition after the helicopter went into the water near the yacht on May 10.

The wreck of the Airbus AS-350B-3 helicopter, the flight data recorder and the yacht’s CCTV video footage were retrieved from the water after the incident. An article in Maritime Executive said the helicopter was possibly disabled by a flying fueling station cover that was onboard the yacht. Investigators in Norway said that the cover flew into the rotor hub, which caused loss of control.

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Original post May 12

Three people were injured when a helicopter attempted to land on M/Y Bacarella in Norway on Wednesday night. Norwegian media reported that three people were taken to hospital, one with serious injuries.

The 196-foot Trinity was near Bergen, Norway when the helicopter crashed into the water. The passengers were pulled out by members of a nearby search and rescue boat.

The incident is under investigation by Havarikommisjonen, the country’s accident investigation board.

Click for more information on the investigation and on the incident.

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