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Video Captures Harrowing Honopu Beach Helicopter Crash



Four individuals miraculously survived a helicopter crash on Honopu Beach in Hawaii this week. The crash, which was captured by a phone camera on board the helicopter, shows the pilot making a desperate crash landing in the sands of Honopu. The crash occurred on February 27th.

Within the video, you can see the helicopter begin to stop working mid-flight, sending the machine hurtling towards the sand at a tremendous pace. The vehicle falls from the sky until just before hitting the beach.

The pilot then attempts to autorotate the blade, a recovery maneuver where rotor blades are driven by the upward flow of air through the rotor. Luckily, the maneuver was enough to break the landing, and prevent anybody on board from dying.

One of the passengers was injured, suffering a fractured vertebrae in their back. No other injuries were reported. See a clip of this harrowing helicopter crash in Honopu Beach in the clip below,

The County of Kaua’i reported on this crash,

One injured in helicopter crash Tuesday–

HONOPU – One person was injured following a helicopter crash at Honopu Beach on Tuesday, Feb. 27.

On Tuesday, Kaua’i Fire Department first responders were dispatched to a report of a helicopter crash at Honopu Beach at approximately 1:40 p.m.

Personnel from the Hanalei fire station and Rescue 3 aboard Air 1 responded to the incident.

According to a preliminary report, a Jack Harter helicopter carrying one pilot and four passengers crashed at Honopu Beach, with one passenger suffering a back injury. The three passengers and the pilot did not report any injuries, and were later retrieved by another Jack Harter helicopter. After Air 1 landed, Rescue 3 accessed the injured person and transported the passenger to Princeville Airport to awaiting personnel with American Medical Response.

First responders cleared the scene at approximately 3:40 p.m.

Updates will be provided when more information is available.

County of Kaua’i
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