Grand Canyon helicopter crash: Aircraft will be taken to Phoenix for examination
Federal safety officials were on the scene of a downed helicopter in the Grand Canyon, and plan to move the aircraft itself to Phoenix soon for further investigation of what caused a fiery, fatal crash over the weekend.
"This a very technical-heavy investigation," said Stephen Stein, air safety investigator for the National Transportation Safety Board, at a media conference Monday afternoon in Boulder City, Nev.
"We have a lot of analysis to do — analysis of meteorological observations, engine and airframe examinations," he said.
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