911 calls released in fatal helicopter crash

3 killed when helicopter crashes into Orlando home

Local 6 News at 5:00p
Local 6 News at 5:00p

ORLANDO, Fla. – Orlando police released the 911 calls on Wednesday in the helicopter crash that killed three people.

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Police said pilot Bruce Teitelbaum, his wife, Marsha Khan; and friend of the pilot, Harry Anderson, were killed in the crash, which occurred around 2:30 p.m. Sunday on Alameda Street, about 2 miles west of Orlando Executive Airport.

Police said the helicopter, a Robinson R44, crashed into a guest home located behind the main house. No one was inside the guest house at the time of the crash, but there were people in the main home.

"I just saw a bunch of black smoke as I was driving by,  I saw a black helicopter come almost straight down into a neighborhood," one 911 caller said. "A bunch of black smoke and people were running out of the house."

 The Federal Aviation Authority and National Transportation Safety Board are investigating.

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