Transportation Safety Board investigating helicopter crash near Brantford
The Transportation Safety Board is investigating a helicopter crash Sunday morning in southwestern Ontario.
A spokesman says preliminary information is that the Robinson R-44 helicopter collided with a power line while conducting an aerial-spray operation north of the airport in Brantford.
The aircraft was substantially damaged, but the pilot, in her 30s, survived the crash with some fractures and minor injuries.
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