MOUNT BALDY, CALIFORNIA (December 29, 2016) – A helicopter crashed with four people on board in the Mount Baldy area on Thursday morning, according to a local news source. (map)
The Robinson 4RR was carrying four people when it made a “hard landing” about 1000 feet from the Mount Baldy summit. The four people on board were reportedly awake and talking according to hikers at the scene.
At least one person on the helicopter was injured in the accident, and the condition of the other occupants of the helicopter is unknown at this time. The helicopter crash remains under investigation by the FAA at this time, and cause and liability are being determined. The San Bernardino County Fire Department responded to the scene and sent a Fire helicopter as well.
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