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Hawaii / Max Burner / Samaritans #1169226

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 18, 2016
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We're back now with a jaw dropping moment caught on camera in Hawaii a tour helicopter plunging into the waters near the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor with five people on board. It was then as Miguel Almaguer explains that nearby onlookers sprang into action. Witnesses could tell something was wrong. The tail of the sightseeing helicopter was smoking as it quickly descended towards the rocky shoreline. Then the moment of impact. With the chopper sinking several good Samaritans plunged int...
Reporter(s):
Miguel Almaguer
Duration:
00:01:13

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