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Three killed in Mercy Air helicopter crash   
on Sunday, December 24 2006 @ 19:20

AccidentsOn Dec 10, 2006, a Mercy Air 2 helicopter crashed near Cajon Pass, California at approximately 6pm. All three persons on board were killed, including Pilot Paul Latour, Flight Paramedic Jerry Miller and Flight Nurse Katrina Kish.

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Updated 12/24/06 19:30



   


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