It's the fourth fatal incident in Oklahoma since July 2010 involving a medical helicopter operated by EagleMed.
In July 2010, an EagleMed helicopter crashed four miles south of Kingfisher killing the pilot and a nurse. A paramedic survived the crash. The helicopter was en route to Okarche to pick up a patient.
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In February 2013, an EagleMed pilot and nurse died in a crash in northwest Oklahoma City. A paramedic was injured. The helicopter had just taken off from Baptist Hospital after transporting a patient from Watonga.
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In June 2013, an EagleMed helicopter taking off from the Choctaw Nation Health Care Center in Talihina en route to Tulsa struck a light pole. Three EagleMed employees and a patient were on board. The employees survived, but the patient died.
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EagleMed operates out of five satellite bases in Oklahoma located in Hugo, McAlester, Oklahoma City, Stillwater and Tahlequah.