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Meat industry leader among five people killed in Mount Disappointment helicopter crash

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Two helicopters were travelling in convoy from the Melbourne CBD over Mount Disappointment when one aircraft disappeared just after 9.30am on Thursday. Local search and rescue crews have been dispatched and a command post has been set up. It was unclear whether the aircraft had crashed, an SES spokesman said.
3 months ago

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The Guardian

Police find helicopter crash site after aircraft with five people on board disappeared over Mount Disappointment near Melbourne

Chartered helicopter was flying in convoy with second helicopter when it went missing on Thursday morning

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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The Independent

Wreck of the missing helicopter in Mount Disappointment found by police

All five passengers on board have been confirmed dead

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Daily Mirror

Search for helicopter 'carrying seven' feared to have crashed into mountain

A massive search is under way with a helicopter, believed in convoy with another, having disappeared by Mount Disappointment, north of Melbourne, and with seven people believed to be on board

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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ABC Australia

Meat industry leader Paul Troja among victims of Mount Disappointment helicopter crash

Paul Troja was flying with a major client and their working group to inspect a property when the chopper crashed at Mount Disappointment.

3 months ago·Australia
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News

Five killed in horror helicopter crash

The search for survivors following a helicopter crash in Victoria has ended in tragedy, with a pilot and four passengers confirmed dead.

3 months ago·Australia
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The Age

Five dead in helicopter crash site near Mt Disappointment

Police have confirmed everyone on board the aircraft perished when the helicopter crashed in rugged terrain north of Melbourne on Thursday.

3 months ago·Australia
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