A tour helicopter took a nosedive in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, Thursday morning with five people on board. The chopper crash landed into the water near the USS Arizona Memorial visitor center, where bystanders rushed over help the victims.
While there were no fatalities, the Honolulu-Star Adviser reported that one 16-year-old passenger was critically injured, and two others are in stable condition. There has been no report about the remaining two victims.
The copter, a Bell 206B owned by Genesis Helicopters, was being used to give a tour at the time of the incident, Popular Mechanics reported. The cause of the crush is currently unknown.
The crash was captured on video by a bystander, who later uploaded the clip to YouTube.
Watch the crash:
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