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Helicopter Crashes Onto Roof of Midtown Manhattan Building, Catches Fire

TMZ.com Monday, 10 June 2019
A helicopter came crashing down on the roof of a building in Midtown Manhattan ... sparking a fire, according to officials.  According to the New York Fire Department ... the chopper made a hard landing Monday afternoon on the rooftop of a high…
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A helicopter crashed onto the fog-shrouded roof of a midtown Manhattan skyscraper on Monday, killing at least one person and unnerving a city still scarred by memories of the Sept. 11, 2001.

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