Helicopter Crashes In Manhattan

Major news media outlets are carrying a story of an NBC news helicopter that was surveying Manhattan to take footage of the ruins of Midtown for the nightly news coverage of the four-year bomb anniversary having crashed into Little Italy. The helicopter was piloted by Henri Garcia and carried with it news reporters Dianna Shaw and Liam Henrickson. According to radio chatter picked up by NBC news from the helicopter, everything was going fine inside during the initial survey. NBC lost radio communication with the helicopter for 3 minutes from 12:00pm to 12:03pm, after which the last transmission was a jumbled gable of shouting and screams and what is being said may have been gunfire.

The news helicopter landed in the middle of Little Italy at the intersection of Grand St and Mott colliding with mid-day traffic in a fiery explosion. It is estimated that dozens were injured and the three occupants of the helicopter were killed instantly on impact. Miraculously, the driver of the Ford Expedition that was hit by the helicopter who's name has not yet been released to the public survived the incident unharmed.

It is not known whether this man was a Registered Evolved.

The NBC network and its affiliates pass their deepest condolences on to those lost in this tragic accident.

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