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Helicopter crash north of Terrace kills three

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The device is It crashed Monday afternoon. (Archive photo)


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Three people are dead and four are in critical condition after a helicopter crashed north of Terrace, British Columbia.

The Northern Escape Heli-Skiing company confirmed this information in a press release published Monday evening.

The health services of ;#x27;British Columbia Emergency Services said they were notified of the accident around 4:15 p.m. local time and paramedics were dispatched to the scene.

The four seriously injured people were transported to Mills Memorial Hospital in Terrace. A code orange was declared at the hospital to ensure sufficient staff and resources were available.

According to David Jephson of Terrace Search and Rescue, seven people who were heli-skiing had to be rescued.

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Terrace is approximately 700 km as the crow flies from Vancouver.

Jephson said the Joint Rescue Coordination Center in Comox was also called for assistance. Cormorant helicopters, as well as helicopters already in the area of ​​the accident, worked to transport the injured to ambulances.

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It is impossible to express in words the deep sorrow we feel and the pain shared by our guests and staff, a said John Forrest, president of Northern Escape Heli-Skiing. We hope that you will respect the privacy of those involved during this extremely difficult time.

With information from CBC

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

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