Helicopter Crash on Yukon River

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The search for a missing helicopter pilot, who crashed into the Yukon River, will resume today, after weather conditions suspended yesterday’s search.
67-year-old Richard James Wood, of Merritt, is still missing and presumed dead, after his chopper went down on Saturday.
Some pieces of wreckage have been recovered and turned over to Transportation Safety Board investigators, though significant portions of the chopper are still missing.

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