“It's A Bloody Miracle": Australian Health Practitioner After A Kenyan Boy Survives Helicopter Crush
In the Gold Coast Queensland Australia near Sea World amusement park, two helicopters collided in midair and crashed. One of those helicopters contained Leon de Silva a boy of Kenyan descent whom had traveled to Australia to meet her 33 year old mother. The grisly accident, resulted in the deaths of four individuals and eight injuries.
A terrifying helicopter mishap near Sea World left four people dead and three critically injured.
Following a crash between two helicopters at Sea World on the Gold Coast, four persons have been confirmed dead and numerous more are in critical condition. The collision, which happened just before 2:00 p.m. local time, required medical attention for at least 13 individuals. Three passengers, a mother and two young boys, were also brought to Gold Coast University Hospital in addition to the four fatalities.
Four people perish in an Australian helicopter collision.
Officials reported that two helicopters collided mid-air on Australia's Gold Coast, killing four passengers. Photos from the scene showed one of the helicopter's blades lying on a sand bank. According to police, three more persons are in critical condition. A few steps from the coast, one helicopter was lying on its side on the sand.