New York helicopter crash pilot: I needed ten more seconds to save drowning passenger

Oct 7, 2011 Full story: Daily Mail

I just needed 10 more seconds: Helicopter pilot tells of frantic battle to save British tourist who died after New York river crash The pilot whose helicopter plunged into New York's East River described his guilt today at the death of one of his passengers.

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Patriot

Bay Shore, NY

#1 Oct 7, 2011
Sounds like he's setting up the coverup........he should emerge as a political candidate.....he's got more "spin" than his missing rotor blade!

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