High winds blamed for helicopter crash that killed Louth pilot

A HELICOPTER pilot from Louth died in a crash on the Isle of Man most likely caused by high winds, a court has heard.
The inquest into the death of Matthew Chapman was told he had flown two men to a corporate event at the TT races on Saturday, June 6 last year.
The Bell Jet Ranger II helicopter landed at the Creg ny Baa near the race course shortly before 9am that day and the 48-year-old pilot dropped off his passengers and set off to refuel at a nearby airport.
But just minutes later, he lost control of the chopper and crashed into a hillside 200 yards from the course on Snaefell... read more

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