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Crash investigators looking at slain passengers' photos for clues [CBS News]

AH BELO (AHC)  More Company Research Source: CBS News
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PDF NEW YORK -- Federal investigators said they would examine photos taken in the moments before a helicopter crashed into New York's East River by the five passengers who died. The National Transportation Safety Board also said it would look at the switch and the chopper's flotation devices to figure out what caused Sunday's crash. The victims were part of an aerial photography tour, and the pilot was the only survivor. The pilot told police a tether from a passenger's safety harness wrapped around the helicopter's fuel shut-off lever, CBS News transportation correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports. It's located on the floor of the helicopter near some of the flight controls. That accidentally cut off the fuel supply, the pilot said. Brian McDaniel, left, and Trevor Cadigan are seen in a helicopter over New York City in this image capture from a video posted to Instagram before the helicopter crashed in the East River on March 11, 2018. [Read more]

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