North Atlantic helicopter crash wreckage recovered Report by NY Airline Accident Lawyer

/ C. Reiter/ 03/24/2009
New York City, NY — — St. John’s, N.L.–As reported on Thursday by the Canada Press, two remotely operated vehicles used by the Atlantic Osprey, to recover the helicopter crash wreckage of the 18 victim downed chopper off St. John’s, arrived Wednesday. The Canada Transportation Safety Board announced it completed the recovery of significant wreckage items in the North Atlantic.

According to aviation accident investigators, the chopper debris is strewn across the ocean floor 400 feet below sea level, and has been a daunting and slow moving recovery. On Wednesday, the 17 passengers and crew, who died in the chopper accident, and the only survivor were honored in a memorial prayer service at Roman Catholic Basilica Cathedral of St. John the Baptist.

News by New York personal injury attorney Jonathan C. Reiter an aviation accident litigator. Empire State Building, 350 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2811, New York, NY 10118 Telephone (212) 736-0979

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