Arizona Helicopter Crash Kills Three

Three individuals, including a child, died when the helicopter they rode in crashed approximately 35 miles north of Phoenix, Arizona, a Federal Aviation Administration spokesman said.

According to the FAA, investigators had yet to determine the exact cause of the crash.  The Eurocopter EC135 crashed and burst into flames at approximately 3 p.m. local time west of Cave Creek, Arizona.

FAA agents were enroute to the scene, and an NTSB investigator was also scheduled to arrive.

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