Wired PR News.com – A helicopter made a crash landing in a Dallas area neighborhood on Thursday. As reported by Fox 4 News, the two-seater aircraft ended up in a Cedar Hill business park after a hard landing.
The helicopter crashed sometime during the afternoon at 1450 Freedom Way. It was stated to have landed near a fireplug, but did not hit it. No injuries were reportedly sustained from the accident; however, a Careflite helicopter was summoned to the scene. Emergency respondents subsequently waved them off after identifying that no one had been seriously injured.
The chopper involved in the accident was a 1963 Brantly B-B2, as reported by Fox 4. The aircraft was identified through federal documents as belonging to Inverted US, which is based in Edgewater, Florida.
Officials have continued to stay on the scene of the accident to maintain community safety, and news teams await further developments.