Two Dead In Helicopter Crash Alongside North Carolina Interstate

Two dead in helicopter crash alongside north carolina interstate

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Two Dead In Helicopter Crash Alongside North Carolina Interstate” – below is their description.

Police say a helicopter pilot took “heroic” actions to maneuver away from traffic before crashing along I-77 in Charlotte.

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