Tue, Aug 09, 2011
Aircraft Removed From Service After Bullet Hole Discovered In
A MedFlight helicopter based in Marysville in central Ohio has
been grounded after a bullet hole was discovered in the aircraft's
fuselage last week.
MedFlight Helicopter File Photo
It is not clear when the damage occurred, but a MedFlight
official says he believes it happened while the helicopter was in
flight, not on the ground.
Television station WBNS reports that no one was injured in when
the aircraft was hit. The hole was found on the helicopter's right
side just below the aft clamshell doors. Investigators reportedly
found what appeared to be a bullet under the helo's floor. The
investigation is ongoing.
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