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USHelicopter crashes into Florida mobile home park, killing 2, sheriff says

01:20  31 october  2018
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A helicopter has crashed down onto a trailer park in central Florida , reportedly killing at least two people and injuring another. The Highlands County Sheriff ’s Office confirmed two people were killed and one person was transported to the hospital following the crash , which took place in Sebring

Heavy smoke from Sebring helicopter crash . Helicopter crashes into mobile home park . The sheriff 's office said there were two homes on fire in the Sebring Falls Mobile Home Park . Deputies asked residents to use caution in the area of Flare Road and Ryant Boulevard, off US 27.

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A helicopter crash at a Florida mobile home park on Tuesday left at least two people dead and engulfed multiple residences in flames, the sheriff’s office said.

The two fatalities were “believed to be from the helicopter,” the Highlands County Sheriff’s Office tweeted, adding that another individual “on the ground” was wounded.


The tweet accompanied a photo of the scene at the Sebring Falls Mobile Home Park in Sebring that showed bright orange flames and thick, black smoke.

Two homes were set ablaze amid the crash, although “it is believed nobody was in either,” the sheriff’s office said in an update posted around 2:15 p.m.

The office urged the public to remain careful near Flare Road and Ryant Boulevard of U.S. 27.

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