Four people have died in a helicopter crash in Colusa County, California, according to law enforcement officers.
According to a assertion from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to Fox40 news, the Robinson R66 helicopter crashed all over 1:15 p.m. local time in a remote place of Colusa County.
“The FAA will launch the aircraft tail amount when investigators verify it at the scene. The FAA and Nationwide Transportation Safety Board will examine,” the FAA said.
The FAA claimed in the statement that neither the FAA nor the NTSB discover victims included in aircraft mishaps.
The actual trigger of the crash remains underneath investigation.