EMS helicopter landed on scene and stabiliser end-plate pierced car windscreen
Bird strike broke windshield. Immediate – and uneventful – landing. No injuries.
Blade strike and ensuing heavy landing caused skids to deform. Fortunately helicopter did not fall over the edge of the mountain, but it was very close. Helicopter was registered HU26-18 and carried code “09-312″
Aircraft grounded after problem involving netting across an astroturf sports field at a school. Needed engineer before it could fly, stayed overnight and departed next morning.
Helicopter went tech at highway landing site
Bird strike to upper cowling and rotor system, during night flight. Maintenance cleaned and inspected finding no damage
Hit by laser while circling potential EZ landing site. Source identified, arrest made
Intoxicated person approached helicopter outside pilot’s peripheral vision while at flight idle and with the patient on board being stabilised. New helipad lacked chain or fence to stop anyone approaching pad, which is adjacent to public-access area
Transmission chip light came on. Power reduce and an emergency landing was made at Pope Army Airfield which was about 3-4 miles away without further incident
Helicopter went AOG and was grounded for four days on a helipad which averages six EMS landings per week
Industry sources tell us (with photo evidence provided) that the helicopter took off with clamshell rear doors still open. Tower alerted pilot who returned to the airfield. Some items fell from the helicopter in the interim.
Helicopter contacted and broke powerlines on EMS flight as “Christoph 10″. Note – Registration is NOT confirmed, but is a recently ex-factory new delivery which was assigned to the “Christoph 10″ base, and photos here show D-HUTH
Emergency Services text stated :- North Andover| Special| 492 Sutton St|MSP Helo Air-4 making a precautionary landing at Lawrence Airport- aircraft disabled in the runway.| 00:30. “Air 4″ is N8924AH from the name on the tail (see photo)
EMS helicopter down – reported wire strike – 3 POB – no patient on board.
Emergency landing while en route to an accident scene – smoke in the cockpit. Registration assumed as this is the only helicopter operated by Martin County on this work and our report stated “Martin County LifeStar”
Ingested plastic carrier bag on final approach to land on road to pick up accident victim. Aircraft went U/S and patient continued by road. Mechanic called to clear aircraft for flight.
Window smashed by vandals after helicopter went AOG and had to be parked up overnight. North West Air Ambulance have confirmed helicopter registration and date – note that the BBC are reporting the wrong date in their story
AirCare helicopter suffered bird strike and landed safely despite a hole in the wind shield. Pilot to hospital. On board burns victim patient onward to hospital by land ambulance
Bird strike – broke a hole in the canopy just to the port side of the nose
Extensively damaged by severe hailstorm when parked at a hotel. Hail stones the size of tennis balls!
Footage released of rioter pointing gun at helicopter
Crew found bullet hole in aircraft and remains of bullet inside, under the cabin floor. Unsure of location of occurrence, helicopter grounded at Marysville
Near miss with C17 military transport plane. Helicopter pilot took evasive action
4 died when EC135 crashed into a lake – check links for many photos and other info.
A Eurocopter Ec135 of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Airborne Response Team “D-HART” made a precautionary landing at the busy Boston Logan Airport today after the pilot reported difficulties with one engine.
Heavy landing during night training flight. Accident occurred around 2000 hours local. Skids collapsed. Tail boom failed at root, but did not separate from the cabin. Helicopter shipped back to manufacturer for checks (see here)
F0rce landed in a field.
A medevac helicopter en route to a Caroll County hospital made an emergency landing in Reisterstown Thursday night, Baltimore County police said.
Air Ambulance role, landed in city centre to pick up construction worker patient. Landed too close to a car park barrier, and downwash caused barrier to rise up into rotor disc.
Mid-air collision with Cessna 172 N2876L in which two people died. Helicopter landed safely. No patient on boad. Crew listed as pilot Paul Weve, co-pilot and nurse Joseph Root and flight nurse Carolyn Booke.
Precautionary landing made in field. Appears to have flown on without further issue.
Emergency generator light turned on and the pilot reported the smell of electrical smoke in the cockpit,
Sudden loss of engine power on final approach, heavy landing with some damage
Hit a railway cable while filming the new Tom-Cruise-movie “Knight and Day”. The helicopter only suffered minor damage and landed safe after the incident.
8-Sep-09 N919WM Eurocopter EC135 Raleigh, US-North Carolina
31-Aug-09 N Eurocopter EC135 Mediapolis, US-Iowa
21-Aug-09 N137KY Eurocopter EC135 Lexington, US-Kentucky
10-Aug-09 N243AM Eurocopter EC135 Winston Salem, US-North Carolina
14-Jul-09 N235UW Eurocopter EC135 Madison, US-Wisconsin
1-May-09 LN- Eurocopter EC135 Eid, Norway
30-Apr-09 G-SURY Eurocopter EC135 Fairoaks, UK
14-Mar-09 Eurocopter EC135 Orlando, US-Florida
5-Mar-09 N136DU Eurocopter EC135 , US-
5-Feb-09 N137LN Eurocopter EC135 Philadelphia, US-Pennsylvania