PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii (AP) — The commander of a helicopter that crash-landed during Pearl Harbor in front of dumbfounded tourists radioed atmosphere trade controllers to tell them his qualification was in trouble.
Honolulu TV hire KHON-TV (http://bit.ly/1ozems0 ) performed a recording, in that a commander tells a tower, “I consider I’m going down.” Moments later, a building radios for help, observant a chopper is underwater.
The 5 people on board, including a Canadian family of four, survived Thursday’s pile-up nearby a visitor’s center, though a teenage child was hospitalized in vicious condition. Bystanders helped rescue him from a submerged chopper.
A traveller prisoner video of a thespian tumble on his cellphone before jumping in to help.
The Navy pronounced a helicopter belongs to debate association Genesis Aviation. The helicopter was pulled from a H2O Friday afternoon.