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huh a chopper crashing into nyc twice today and a few weeks ago
Yap yap yap. Talking utter twodle from beginning to end
*look its a flying car not a helicopter. Why? because people called small aircraft "flying car" so it makes no sense if we do not call helicopter flying car.*
Need to replace reporter...js
Haha I don't know what it is but I find it really funny watch helicopters crash 😂
Wow, you're sad
did he deploy flotation airbag or did the whole bottom blow out?
i was wondering the same thing, that smoke before he hits the ground looks like airbag
2nd crash today. Seems like sobatoge
The small autorotate before the crash into the river probably slowed the helicopter down enough to save the pilot.
Is she single or too old for me???
i saw one crash 8 years ago just behind Beth Israel Medical Center into the East River
They said that the crash is under investigation , You can see plainly that there was a problem with the tail rotor causing it to spin out of control , Back In the 1980s I remember hearing on the radio about a news helicopter crashing in New York city and the pilot was trying to land in it the Hudson River but was to no avail and the news reporter and the pilot were killed and it turns out the tail rotor failed , Later on down the road , Me and my buddy were watching the news and it showed the on board camera of another news helicopter and suddenly went into a tail spin , Another tail rotor failure , I'll bet that's the most common cause of helicopter crashesMy cousin flies helicopters in the army and I asked him if there's a chance of landing a helicopter with a failed tail rotor , He said yes but the immediate area has to be clear because directing it is impossible , You can only land it in the area you're in and it takes a highly skilled pilot to do it
ironmarty Sharpe It’s possible to direct a helicopter with a tail rotor failure, you just need to maintain the forward airspeed at which the vertical stabilizers are effective and will keep the aircraft pointing in the general direction you want to fly. You must also immediately enter autorotation and make sure the engine(s) are not producing torque (throttle closed)
Great job not landing into building ... *plot twist:* what if the pilot actually tried to land into the building, but missed😒???
Just heard about this - only second ago - guys. *BTW: Have you guys heard that Uber will now offer helicopter rides???* Will this increase the risk of more helicopter crashes???
To Godfather: Unfortunately, today, June 10, 2019, not so much of a good job.
The fire.... the pilot.... what?
lol they said Blade helicopter company. lol
How much you wanna bet he forgot to switch to the correct tank after taking off?
He did perform an autorotate to slow the helicopter's descent. Give him some credit.
" HE WASNT BLACKOUT " GALACTIC GLASS CITY WILL U RIDE
*YOU SPEAK VERY FAST... STUPID "Rufian journalist" citizen of United States of Antichrist*
Can she read?... Nope!
That wasn't a HARD LANDING
Survived the crash but will he survive the diseases he got from the nasty @$$ Hudson river
Y is this news!! Ppl in Michigan need water wtf, Chicago u die getting hot dog & this is news!! Nvr any solutions!!!!
Oh here we go, I bet he is gonna get his own movie now
You need to give up reporting.. You were all over the place.. Made no sense..
is Sully Sullivan flying helicopters now
Rolandboyd.rb60 Boyd LOL on Harrison Ford !
Connie Crawford oh you're right thanks I knew it had to be either him or Harrison Ford
His last name is not Sullivan but Sullenberger!
*He was a libturd searching for the mythical "blue wave".*
Unofficial statistic taken from the Doctors that perform the FAA class physicals is that the majority of pilots tend to be conservative.Perhaps it's just the left leaning ones that crash.
"There was only one person on board... the pilot" Ya Think
Well that's not where he's supposed to park it...silly goose.
Hey, it's New York.YOU try to find a parking spot in Manhattan on a work day.
It was a Blade helicopter, a water landing. He couldn’t make it to the landing pad
I was hoping to see flames, and a huge helicopter crash! God I'm awful lol.
I was laughing at myself for assuming. Its just normal human behavior
MusicMoviesGames Don't laugh. You are awful.
the weird thing happening to the landing skids as it passes below the fence line is the inflatable floats used on helicopters that are used around water. stops the helicopter from sinking or rolling over on its side if the pilot can set the copter down on the water..
@Slartybarfast B there are military copters with that feature. heck.. i want to mount one of those on the top of sail boat masts.. so if there is a blow over. or a capsize.. they inflate and the sail boat rights itself. it might need to eject from the top of the mast. or just be a round buoy that inflates. heck.. do you see the flat plastic panels under the sides of truck trailers.. somebody read that in a reply i made about 10 or 12 years ago.. i see them all over now..
@wayne p it almost seems like there should be floats at the top of the cabin on both sides instead. Helicopters roll over in water so stopping the roll over at the heaviest point (top) seems logical. A helicopter on it's side is better than upside down. If you invent it, cut me a percentage please.
@Slartybarfast B the do stop it sinking to the bottom though .
@wayne p They only work if you land the helicopter on water. All bets are off if you crash into water.
@matty t the CNN news store showed the chopper turned turtle floating upsidedown with big yellow pontoons holding it up.
They say not to get out to fast because the blades will cut off your head
newscaster is a friggin idiot and clueless nice incompetent reporting once again!
The pilot was damn lucky. Helicopter crashes almost always result in fatalities.
@sas haqs I never click on links posted by people too damn lazy to provide a brief synopsis of the link.
@Rs Rt You talk "accidents". I talk crashes.
Rs Rt was going to say the same thing, but I didn’t have the stats. Thanks
According to the FAA list of 2018 rotorcraft Accidents and Statistic, there were 134 helicopter accidents last year and 28 fatalities. Even assuming that each fatality was associated with it's own separate accident, that would mean that there is a 21% chance of dying in a helicopter accident.In short, the real world data does not support your opinion that a helicopter crash "almost always" result in a fatality, let alone multiple fatalities.
He is extremely lucky, to not get trapped inside and drown....
The pilot did not su... suffer injuries😅
He was texting for sure.