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'No indication' of terrorism in helicopter crash: NYC mayor

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'No indication' of terrorism in helicopter crash: NYC mayor

'No indication' of terrorism in helicopter crash: NYC mayor

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Monday there was &quot;no indication&quot; that the Manhattan helicopter crash was an &quot;act of terror.&quot; NYC Police Commissioner James P.

O&apos;Neill said one person who is presumed to be the pilot was killed.

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