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Four people, including an infant, survive helicopter crash in west Philadelphia

By Reuters
15 January 2022   |   3:09 pm
Four people, including a 2-month-old infant, survived after a helicopter they were travelling in crashed outside a church in West Philadelphia on Tuesday.

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