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Friday, 27 August 2010

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lost helcopter leaves West Virginia

Early this morning a helicopter that left Yeager airport in West Virginia was lost from the radar and never reached it's destination. Now news is coming out that the helicopter crashed in an isolated area of the Appalachian mountains near the Kentucky West Virginia border.

Local emergency crew leader Woody Highlander is reporting that since the area is so rural only the local residents are involved in the recovery operations. "So far we have recovered two thousand bodies. There are hundreds of bodies spread throughout the area and it may take at least a week to recover the bodies." Woody said.

The FAA agency was shocked to hear the report that two thousand bodies were recovered, Specially, when only ten people boarded the helicopter back in West Virginia

When the FAA agents got to the scene of the accident they were shocked. The helicopter crashed in a local cemetery and the emergency volunteers had exhumed over two thousand bodies from the ground.

On the way back from the accident,The FAA agents ran into a group of hitchhikers that were standing by the side of the road. After a short conversation the agents realized the hitchhikers were the original occupants of the helicopter.

As soon as the plane started losing altitude they all parachuted out of the helicopter into safety

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