ALABAMA - A medical condition is blamed for the crash of a medical helicopter on Christmas afternoon.
Headland Police Chief Mark Jones said the pilot was taken to a Dothan hospital after the Survival Flight 15 crashed at the Headland Airport at dusk.
The crew member's condition isn't immediately known though a source says that paramedics were performing CPR while on the way to the hospital..
Two other crew members sustained only minor injuries, Jones told WTVY.
The helicopter overturned at the airport where it missed its intended landing target.
Survival Flight 15 is a medical air ambulance aircraft that began operations in Headland last year, according to a previous WTVY news story.
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