FRESNO, Calif. — A doorbell security camera captured the moment when a helicopter crash-landed in the front yard of a Fresno home.
Police said the helicopter was performing a test run before falling to the ground.
Fresno Police Lt. Charlie Chamalbide told The Fresno Bee that the occupants “heard a pop” and “started losing altitude.”
Police found both men outside of the helicopter.
“They were both conscious and breathing and talking to us,” Chamalbide told The Fresno Bee.
The 47-year-old pilot and a 33-year-old passenger sustained minor injuries and were taken to Community Regional Medical Center.
According to KFSN-TV, the helicopter in the accident was a Bell 206B.
The National Transportation Safety Board will investigate the crash.
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