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Investigators continue to sift through helicopter wreckage atop Manhattan skyscraper

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Investigators continue to sift through helicopter wreckage atop Manhattan skyscraper

Investigators continue to sift through helicopter wreckage atop Manhattan skyscraper

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board were sifting through the wreckage of a helicopter atop a Manhattan skyscaper, as they look to determine the cause of the crash which claimed the life of the pilot.

The pilot, Tim McCormack, was reportedly the only person aboard when he crashed onto the roof of 787 Seventh Avenue, jolting workers at the finance and law firms housed in the 50 floor tower in midtown Manhattan.

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