29 April, 2018
Ascension Wisconsin has released photos of the three victims in Thursday night's air ambulance helicopter.
The accident is now under investigation by the NTSB and FAA (Federal Aviation Administration).
No identities are being released at this time, pending notification to family members.
The three crew members killed in the crash are believed to have died on impact, Oneida County Medical Examiner Larry Mathein told Wausau TV station WAOW.
Air Methods and Ascension previously announced that both ground and air medical transport would be suspended until further notice. The company said in a statement that it's working with emergency service partners and medical transportation colleagues in the region to meet patient needs.
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The FAA and NTSB are continuing to investigate the crash.
Three people are dead after a helicopter crash in Oneida County, according to the Oneida County Medical Examiner.
WSAW-TV reports emergency responders searched the area last known, and located the helicopter in the Town of Hazelhurst, which is just south of Minoqua. However, Ascension Wisconsin Spirit Medical Transportation has been able to resume operation of its ground units for interfacility transport. Three occupants, including the pilot were on board the aircraft; all three occupants were found deceased.
It is reported that the helicopter went missing on Thursday, April 26.
A surgeon, nurse and pilot died when a University of Wisconsin Hospital Med Flight crashed May 10, 2008, after refueling and taking off from La Crosse, the Associated Press reported at the time.