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A Sea World helicopter crash in Sydney killed a mother, and her son is fighting for his life.

Four people died when two helicopters crashed into each other in the air near Sea World on the Gold Coast.

Vanessa Tadros, a woman from Sydney, died in the crash. Her 10-year-old son, however, was hurt and is now fighting for his life in the hospital.

Ron and Diane Hughes, who were both British and had just gotten married, were killed. Ron was 65 and Diane was 57.

The pilot of the helicopter, Ash Jenkinson, was the first person to be named as having died in the crash yesterday. He was 40 years old, had worked at Sea World since 2019 and helped friends get jobs in the aviation industry.

On Monday, January 2, 2022, four people, including Vanessa Tadros, were in a helicopter crash near Sea World on the Gold Coast.

Along with Tadros’s son, Winnie De Silva and her nine-year-old son Leon also survived the crash and are still in the hospital.

Andy Taylor, a friend of Jenkinson’s, told Today that the pilot was important in last year’s flood relief work in the Northern Rivers.

Taylor said, “It was a group effort with a few of our friends, and Ash joined right away when he heard what we were doing.”

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“Because of him, we were able to save a lot of people and get a lot of food and supplies to people who would never have gotten them otherwise.”

It was very humbling to know that the guys and everyone else in the Northern Rivers area will remember him. It was very nice of him to do that.”

Taylor said he couldn’t understand what Jenkinson’s family, including his one-year-old son, were going through in Helensvale.

Taylor said, “He was always there.”

“Like I said before, he was a big guy with a big heart and a true legend who has definitely left a bit of a mark in the aviation world.”

After the crash yesterday around 2 p.m. (3 p.m. AEDT), it looked like Jenkinson’s helicopter went straight down and hit a sand island in the Gold Coast Broadwater.

Diane and Ron Hughes died on Monday, January 2, when the helicopter they were in crashed near Sea World on the Gold Coast. Sea World’s chief pilot, Ashley Jenkinson, said that they died in the crash.

“It was very humbling to know that he leaves a bit of a legacy, especially with the guys and everyone in the Northern Rivers area. It was very nice of him to do that.”

Taylor said he couldn’t understand what Jenkinson’s family, including his one-year-old son, were going through in Helensvale.

Taylor said, “He was always there.”

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“Like I said before, he was a big guy with a big heart and a true legend who has definitely left a bit of a mark in the aviation world.”

After the crash yesterday around 2 p.m. (3 p.m. AEDT), it looked like Jenkinson’s helicopter went straight down and hit a sand island in the Gold Coast Broadwater.

All of the people who were seriously hurt and killed were in the same helicopter when it crashed into a sand island in the Gold Coast Broadwater yesterday around 2pm (3pm AEDT).

The other plane was able to land safely, so none of the six people on board were seriously hurt.

Police said that the second helicopter was carrying a woman from Western Australia who was 27 years old and two families from New Zealand.

The crash is being looked into right now.

One family had a man who was 44 and a woman who was 43. The other family had a man who was 48 and a woman who was 45.

One of the people inside was not hurt, but the others were taken to Gold Coast University Hospital with minor injuries and treated there.

A spokesperson for the hospital said that everyone had been let out of the hospital, but police said this morning that the pilot and one passenger were still being treated.

It could have been a lot worse.

Yesterday, investigators from the Australian Transport Safety Bureau went to the Gold Coast to start their work.

They had to hurry this morning to get important pieces of the wreckage off the sand island before the tide came in.

The efforts of the other pilot, a 52-year-old man from Clontarf, to land safely were called “remarkable” by the head of the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, Angus Mitchell.

“So, even though it’s terrible that four people have died and many families are in mourning this morning, things could have been much worse,” he said.

“It’s pretty amazing that one of the helicopters was able to land.”

Investigators will look into what was going on in the cockpits right before the crash and what procedures the pilots were supposed to follow.

It took several hours for the rescue to happen.

They will look at footage and information from witnesses, the people who got off the plane alive, and even other tourists who took similar flights earlier in the day.

Mitchell said that based on the first video, it looked like the main rotor blade of the helicopter that was taking off and had only been in the air for about 20 seconds hit the front cockpit of the helicopter that was landing.

The impact broke the gearbox and one of the rotor blades, which caused the plane to fall out of the sky.

Mitchell said, “We have a good idea of what the two helicopters were doing during the most important parts of their flights, but we still don’t know why this happened, how far each pilot could see, or what was going on inside the cabins at the time.” These details will help us figure out what may have been a contributing factor.

“But it’s too soon in the investigation to start making guesses.”

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