Helicopter Crash in Peru Kills 7

11 January 2013 Published in News

Alan Mortensen and Dustin Lance of Dewsnup, King & Olsen in Salt Lake City, Utah, will represent victims of helicopter crash that happened on Monday when the U.S. cargo helicopter crashed in the Peruvian jungle shortly after take off. The tandem-rotor Chinook BH-234 chopper, owned by Columbia Helicopters Inc., crashed near the capital of Pucallpa, killing two Peruvian and five American crew members. The Americans included a local man, Leon Bradford, from Santaquin, Utah and Dann Immel of Gig Harbor, Washington; Edwin Cordova of Melbourne, Florida; Jaime Pickett of Clarksville, Tennessee; and Darrel Birkes, an Oregonian living in Peru.

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