TALIHINA, Okla. - Two survivors of this week's medical helicopter crash in Talihina are out of the hospital.
As the FAA investigates the crash, a nurse is still being treated and loved ones are mourning the death of the patient who was on board.
The EagleMed chopper went down in the parking lot of the Choctaw National Health Care Center just after taking off Tuesday evening.
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Authorities are now examining the company that operates the aircraft.
FAA records show this is the third crash since 2010 involving a helicopter operated by EagleMed out of Wichita. The first happened in July of that year near Kingfisher. Two people on board were killed. One man survived.
The second crash happened in February in northwest Oklahoma City . Two people died in that accident.
2NEWS has learned EagleMed's accreditation is on hold while a commission investigates. If it's revoked the company could be prevented from flying helicopters in the future.
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