Juneau Sightseeing Helicopter Crash

Poor Lighting Suspected in Juneau Helicopter Crash 

Juneau — Poor visibility may have contributed to the crash of a sightseeing helicopter on the Mendenhall Glacier. Three passengers on board received what officials said were minor injuries in the crash Wednesday of a Coastal Helicopters Bell 206. (June 3, 2006)

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