A helicopter operated by a Boulder City-based tour company crashed Saturday evening in the Grand Canyon, killing three and critically injuring four, according to police.
Six passengers and a pilot were on board the helicopter belonging to Boulder City-based Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters when it crashed around 5:20 p.m., Hualapai Nation Police Chief Francis Bradley said Saturday night. The other four were critically injured, and were still being treated at the scene.
The chopper crashed near Quartermaster Canyon on the Hualapai Nation, about 60 miles west of Peach Springs, Arizona, Bradley said. – Las Vegas Review Journal
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