Southforward.com – One person reportedly killed in a helicopter crash in Outer Hebrides, Scotland.
Reporting from Sky News, Thursday (14/6/018), the incident occurred on Wednesday at 10:15 am local time.
The helicopter was reportedly crashed in a lake in the area and caused the pilot to die.
The police have not known the exact cause of this accident and are still conducting the investigation process.
Later known, the helicopter apparently belongs to PDG Aviation. A Salmon Company in Scotland.
A PDG Aviation spokesman said: “I can confirm it is one of our planes.
“It was out working on time for the Scottish Salmon Company, but it did not bring salmon.
“We want to work with the authorities to assist in the investigation and find out what happened.”
The Scottish Salmon Company website says it is a marine salmon cultivation business that sells about 25,000 tons of “premium Scottish salmon per year to over 25 countries worldwide”.