Helicopter Crash – level 2
Last Monday, a helicopter in New York crashed on the roof of a skyscraper. The crash happened about 11 minutes after take-off.
Only the pilot was in the helicopter when it crashed. He died, but no one else was injured. The crash started a fire which people quickly put out. People are investigating the incident, but the Mayor of New York City said that it was not an act of terrorism.
Difficult words: put out (stop something like a fire), incident (a situation).
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