Helicopter Carrying Members of Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission Crashes in Everglades
A helicopter carrying staff members of the Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission has crashed in the Everglades.
According to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, the chopper went down near the Palm Beach/Broward County line.
So far, no injuries or fatalities are being reported.
The Florida Wildlife Conservation Commission confirmed that several members of its staff were onboard the helicopter but said all are expected to be fine.
The helicopter does not belong to the FWC.
The Sheriff's Office and FAA are expected to investigate.
This is a developing story. We will update this post as we get new information.
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