Army Team Deploying To Ramona To Investigate Helicopter Crash (Video)
A team from the U.S. Army Combat Readiness Center in Alabama is deploying to Ramona to take the lead on the investigation into what caused a California Army National Guard helicopter to crash on Tuesday evening.
Both the pilot and co-pilot were able to emerge safely from the UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter after they were forced to land the aircraft during a routine training flight, according to the California National Guard:
Neither guardsman suffered serious injuries as a result of the forced landing, and both were treated on scene by an ambulance before being transported to a local hospital for further medical treatment.
The aircraft suffered significant damage as a result of the forced landing.
The TV station also noted that members of the National Transportation Safety Board showed up at Ramona Airport on Wednesday morning: