LOGAN, W.Va. — Authorities say six people were killed in a helicopter crash in West Virginia.
The Vietnam-era helicopter was used for tourism flights and crashed along Route 17 in Logan County around 5 p.m. Wednesday.
County emergency ambulance service executive Ray Bryant says everyone on board died in the crash.
A nearby resident said she saw the smoke and flames and got close enough to see a man trapped inside but couldn't reach him.
The Federal Aviation Administration said the crash of the Bell UH-1B helicopter will be investigated by the FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board.
West Virginia's governor offered his and his wife's condolences after learning about the crash.
"Cathy and I are praying for the families of those killed in this tragic helicopter crash," said Gov. Jim Justice tweeted.