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The Crash

Crash debris - rotor

All the rotor blades snapped off of the helicopter as it went down. Several blades ended up in the neighborhood across the street from the crash site. It was later revealed that deadly radioactive Strontium 90 capsules are used for balancing weights in the rotor blades. One of the capsules is still unaccounted for.

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