Emergency field landing, no apprarent damage
“Christoph 1″ helicopter cut telephone line on approach to site landing to pick up patient injured in equine accident
Main rotor blades struck tail boom while running up on roof-top helipad. Incident blamed on freak wind gust
Helicopter landed to pick up a patient. While rotors were still turning, co pilot observed fuel leak and immediately told pilot to shut down helicopter and switch off electric. O-ring had failed in fuel line and was repaired on site.
Emergency landing after mechanical issues
Severe damage to rotor blades and skid after being hit by a truck while parked on is base helipad at Fresach/Freizeitpark Millstättersee Heliport, Austria. All four rotorblades including the rotorhead had to be changed, causing a total damage of 600.000 €
Three killed in an EMS helicopter accident – en route from Rockford base to Mendota to pick up a patient. Weather reported as a factor. Pilot later named as Andy Olesen, and the two flight nurses were Jim Dillow and Karen Hollis
Approx date. Autorotation landing to uneven ground in open field. Helicopter ended up tail low on its skids, and witness reported blade damage. 3 POB not injured
#2 engine low oil pressure illuminated and engine lost power in landing phase. Otherwise uneventful landing
Door fell off on take off. Landed without further incident
Emergency single-engine landing after chip light illuminated. Aircraft was en route to pick up patient.
Main rotor struck tail boom on shut down
Helicopter became unserviceable while on ground responding to emergency call. Second helicopter called in for patient
Chip light illuminated and standard procedures led to engine shut down. Uneventful single engine long field landing carried out
Birdstrike, unscheduled landing and no damage was found
Destroyed on ground by hurricane
“They made a precautionary emergency landing due to an equipment malfunction, and they had a patient on board,” said Cpl. Kelly Matthews with the Wicomico Sheriff’s Office.
Precautionary landing for a potential mechanical problem.
Reg is either Eurocopter EC135 N15TG or one of their 117s N911TG or N912TG, confirmation awaited. N912TG the most likely
Firefighting operations. While in the vicinity of the drop point, BK117 VH-LXCâ€Ÿs main rotor contacted the trailing edge of AS350 VH-NFOâ€Ÿs vertical fin. There was light damage to the AS350 and there were no injuries
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21-Mar-09 C-GDGP Eurocopter BK117 Calgary, Alberta, Canada
23-Feb-09 N122SL Eurocopter BK117 St Louis, US-Missouri
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12-Jan-09 N117NC Eurocopter BK117 , US-North Carolina
Truck struck main rotor blade while parked at emergency scene. ”Christoph 54″