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TAIC media statements two Wanaka helicopter accidents

Published: Thu 20 Dec 2018 02:25 PM
TAIC media statements [links] - two Wanaka helicopter accidents
The Transport Accident Investigation Commission has authored two separate Interim Reports on ongoing inquiries into two recent fatal helicopter accidents near Wanaka.
AO-2018-006 Robinson R44 ZK-HTB, Stevensons Arm, Lake Wanaka, 21 July 2018.
• The report is downloadable here: https://taic.org.nz/inquiry/ao-2018-006
• The media statement is here: https://taic.org.nz/news/taic-publishes-interim-report-july-2018-fatal-robinson-r44-helicopter-accident-over-lake-wanaka
AO-2018-009: MDHI (Hughes) 369D, registration ZK-HOJ, Wanaka, 18 October 2018.
• The report is downloadable here: https://taic.org.nz/inquiry/ao-2018-009
• The media statement is here: https://taic.org.nz/news/taic-publishes-interim-report-october-2018-fatal-hughes-500-helicopter-accident-near-wanaka
The Commission issues an interim reports when it determines that there is a need to put on the public record the facts established so far in a matter of particular public and transport sector interest.
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