A MEDEVAC helicopter went down in Pennsylvania on Tuesday afternoon.
Reports state an infant patient was on board at the time of the crash.
Was there a medical helicopter crash in Delaware County, Pennsylvania?
On Tuesday, January 11, 2022, a medical helicopter crashed next to a church in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
The crash happened on the steps of the Drexel Hill United Methodist Church, an area dense with houses.
All four people on board of the helicopter – including an infant – survived the crash, according to CBS3.
The outlet stated the pilot suffered the most severe injuries out of the group.
The chopper was en route from Maryland to the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
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Did the helicopter crash damage any property?
Photos from the scene show the medical chopper lying sideways on the side of the church.
The tail of the medevac could be seen torn off and folded underneath the cockpit.
The Drexel Hill United Methodist Church did not appear to have suffered any structural damage.
As of now, no damage of the surrounding houses has been reported.
What is a medevac?
Medevac is a term that stands for medical evacuation, and most frequently refers to a helicopter or airplane transporting a patient to receive medical care.
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