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Mayor says no threat to NYC, after chopper crash

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 11 June 2019
NYPD said the helicopter that struck a New York City skyscraper took off from a Manhattan helipad and was in the air for about 11 minutes before it crashed. NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio said there was 'no indication ' it was an act of terror. (June 10)
 
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'No indication' of terrorism in helicopter crash: NYC mayor 01:49

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Monday there was "no indication" that the Manhattan helicopter crash was an "act of terror." NYC Police Commissioner James P. O'Neill said one person who is presumed to be the pilot was killed. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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