Veteran media helicopter pilot explains how pilot would handle catastrophic event

A routine news helicopter flight took a tragic turn in Seattle on Tuesday and has left members of the media and air traffic community wondering what went wrong.

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This undated photo released by KOMO-TV shows former longtime KOMO photographer Bill Strothman. A KOMO-TV helicopter crashed into a city street near Seattle's Space Needle, Tuesday, March 18, 2014, killing Strothman and pilot Gary Pfitzner, and critically injuring a person in a car on the ground.(AP Photo/KOMO-TV)
Photo by KOMO-TV
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Original article: Veteran media helicopter pilot explains how pilot would handle catastrophic event



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