Four people were killed when a helicopter crashed Sunday afternoon in northern California, authorities said.
Colusa County Sheriff’s Deputies and Sacramento River Fire Division staff discovered the bodies after responding to a report around 1:15 p.m. that a helicopter had crashed near a freeway in the small town. town of Colusa, about 70 miles northwest of Sacramento, the sheriff said. in a report.
The National Transportation Safety Board, who is investigating the crash with the Federal Aviation Administration, said the helicopter was a Robinson R66. Robinson Helicopter Co. described the R66 as a five-seat turbine helicopter powered by a Rolls-Royce turbine engine.
No further details were immediately available.