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RCMP Heli collides with RCMP drone


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2020-06-03

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TSB Report #A20P0019: C-GMPN, an Aerospatiale AS350-B3 operated by RCMP Air Services, was conducting policing activities 24nm SW of Houston (CAM5), BC with 3 persons on board. Also operating in the area were two RCMP operated RPAS units. During low level flight (below 300 feet AGL), the helicopter and 1 RPAS (FLIR SkyRanger R60 - 2.4 kg) collided. The helicopter suffered some initial vibration and the pilot completed a precautionary landing on a road without further incident. Maintenance staff found damage primarily to the main rotor blades along with superficial damage on the tail boom and tail rotor. The effected components were removed as per the maintenance manual for repairs or overhaul as required. The RPAS was destroyed. There were no injuries to persons in the aircraft or on the ground.

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RE: "TSB Report #A20P0019: C-GMPN, an Aerospatiale AS350-B3"

This TSB Report is not listed on the TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD OF CANADA - https://www.tsb.gc.ca/eng/rapports-reports/aviation/index.html

I tried calling the TSB a few minutes ago, and no one answers the phone, not even when you choose option 3 to report an aircraft accident, or incident.

The "New Normal"?

 

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It is not mentioned in the Global News story, that the RCMP helicopter, collided with an RCMP owned and controlled drone.

It's almost as though they (MSM) were being deceptive; wanting readers to imagine that the drone may have been owned and controlled by protestors, and that it was an attempt to take out an RCMP helicopter.

https://globalnews.ca/news/7040543/rcmp-helicopter-and-drone-collided-during-wetsuweten-protests-in-northern-b-c-tsb-report/

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On 1/28/2021 at 10:16 AM, 47G-MyFirst said:

RE: "TSB Report #A20P0019: C-GMPN, an Aerospatiale AS350-B3"

This TSB Report is not listed on the TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD OF CANADA - https://www.tsb.gc.ca/eng/rapports-reports/aviation/index.html

I tried calling the TSB a few minutes ago, and no one answers the phone, not even when you choose option 3 to report an aircraft accident, or incident.

The "New Normal"?

 

There is no report.  There is only cadors. 

It is a class 5 investigation.  Used for data gathering and future analysis.

 

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Air transportation safety investigation A19W0133

Collision with terrain

Piper PA-18-150
Camrose, Alberta
27 September 2019

Class of investigation

This is a class 5 investigation.

https://www.bst-tsb.gc.ca/eng/enquetes-investigations/aviation/2019/a19w0133/a19w0133.html

There was a report - TSB# A19W0133 - https://www.tsb.gc.ca/eng/rapports-reports/aviation/index.html

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