A tourist helicopter has crashed in the Grand Canyon in the US state of Arizona, killing three people and injuring four.
The aircraft suffered “substantial damage”, a spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration said.
It was in the Grand Canyon West area when it came down at around 17:20 local time (00:20 GMT) on Saturday.
The helicopter was operated by tour company Papillon Airways. It is not clear what caused the crash.
On its website, Papillon calls itself “the world’s largest aerial sightseeing company” and says it flies more than 600,000 people a year.
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SOURCE: BBC News