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Vietnam-era helicopter crashes in West Virginia
The helicopter that was involved in the incident was a tourist helicopter from the Vietnam era.
A Bell UH-1B helicopter was reported to have crashed in Logan County close to Route 17 by the Federal Aviation Administration.
Ray Bryant, who was present at the scene of the accident, told WSAZ-TV, an NBC News affiliate based in Huntington Beach, West Virginia
The helicopter's tail number, according to Bryant, was N98F
The N98F was on display this week at the 7th Annual Huey Reunion at Logan County Airport for a donation, aviation enthusiasts could take a ride in or fly the aircraft
The Federal Aviation Administration, the West Virginia State Police, and the National Highway Safety all responded to the crash on Wednesday
According to the Logan County Office of Emergency Management the National Transportation Safety Board is in charge of the incident investigation.
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