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NJ Man Killed In Poconos Helicopter Crash [VIDEO]

A coroner has released the identities of two men killed in a helicopter crash in northeastern Pennsylvania.

 

Helicopter accident in the Poconos
Helicopter accident in the Poconos (WFMZ TV)

Monroe County Coroner Bob Allen identifies the victims as William Ellsworth, 52, of Califon and Tighe Sullivan, 51, of Darien, Conn. A third man, Stephen Barral, of Bernardsville was seriously hurt and is being treated at a hospital.

 

Investigators believe the chopper went down sometime around 8 p.m. Tuesday in Coolbaugh Township, about 90 miles north of Philadelphia. Authorities say the crew apparently got lost in bad weather on the way back from a golf outing.

 

Ellsworth was piloting and Sullivan was the front-seat passenger.

(Copyright 2012 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

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