Wreckage being sent to Kansas for forensic exams
ROCHELLE (AP) – Federal investigators are moving the wreckage of a deadly medical helicopter crash in Lee County to Kansas for forensic examinations, the Chicago Tribune reports.
National Transportation Safety Board chief investigator Arnold Scott said Wednesday that he also plans to speak to more witnesses.
The Monday night crash in Compton left the pilot and two nurses dead. The pilot had radioed about bad weather on the way to Mendota to pick up a patient and said he would turn back to Rockford.
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