Grand Canyon helicopter crash: 'We're in the recovery and investigation mode'
After high winds and rugged terrain hampered overnight efforts, rescue operations ended Sunday morning at the site of a tour-helicopter crash that killed three and injured four on the west side of the Grand Canyon, officials confirmed.
"Right now, we're in the recovery and investigation mode," Hualapai Nation Police Chief Francis Bradley told The Arizona Republic on Sunday morning.
Officials said they have yet to determine what caused the helicopter — which left Boulder City, Nevada, carrying six passengers from the United Kingdom — to crash Saturday evening, though Bradley... read more
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