NTSB Provides Visual Insight into Wigwe Helicopter Crash Site

Soukaina Sghir
Soukaina Sghir
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The United States National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released visual documentation of the crash site where the helicopter carrying Access Holdings Chief Executive Officer, Herbert Wigwe, met its tragic fate.

Wigwe, accompanied by his wife, Doreen, their son, Chizi Wigwe, and former Nigerian Exchange Group Chairman, Abimbola Ogunbanjo, crashed in an Airbus EC130 helicopter near the California-Nevada border, close to Halloran Springs.

The images, unveiled following Michael Graham’s, a board member with the NTSB, announcement of the agency’s site visit, provide a glimpse into the aftermath of the accident. Graham outlined the investigative activities undertaken during the initial day at the crash site, highlighting NTSB officials’ observation of the wreckage.

Emphasizing the NTSB’s dedication to thorough examination, Graham mentioned the team’s utilization of aerial drone mapping and comprehensive documentation of the wreckage. Additionally, various electronic devices and onboard equipment retrieved from the scene are slated for further scrutiny and analysis.

The release of these visuals marks a pivotal step in unraveling the circumstances surrounding the tragic incident, shedding light on crucial details essential for the ongoing investigation.

Soukaina Sghir

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