Three Wildlife Biologists Involved in Fatal Helicopter Crash

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A group of biologists from the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife were on board a helicopter, when it crashed in Pomeroy, Washington. The crew was surveying populations of mule deer, using nets that were fired off of the helicopter to catch some of them.

19-year-old Benjamin Poirier died at the scene of the crash, while 33-year-old Blake Malo and 30-year-old Garrett Bradshaw were airlifted to St. Joseph Regional Medical Center.

It has been stated that the NTSB investigation may take up to two years to complete.

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