What Would You Do If a Helicopter Dropped In Your Backyard?

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What would you do if a helicopter dropped in your backyard?

The idea is not as far-fetched as it may seem. In January of this year, a man living in the mountains outside of Denver found himself with just that problem. He had to decide what he was going to do: should he try and board the helicopter or stay put? The answer might surprise you!

It is possible that you have never been in a situation like this before, so it might be hard to know what to do if one of these giant flying machines falls out of the sky and lands on your property. The answer will depend on many factors including how high up is the helicopter, where did it fall from (i.e., was it a controlled landing or did the engine fail?), and how long will you be waiting for rescue.

The first thing to do is determine if there are any injuries, including yourself. If it’s possible that someone was injured in this situation, call 911 immediately! Be sure not to move anyone who might have been seriously hurt unless they were blocking the way for paramedics.

If someone is hurt, do not attempt to board the helicopter with them or let anyone else get near it because of the risk of explosion and fire. You should also try to stay away from downed power lines that might be sparking due to a nearby contact with electricity. If you can’t see any neighboring houses start calling the neighbors to see if anyone saw something or heard the crash.

If you’re alone and there are no injuries, call 911 for a rescue team and report any injured people in need of assistance. If it’s safe to do so, keep an eye on the downed helicopter as best as possible while waiting for help! When police arrive at the scene, do not try to approach the helicopter.

The Helicopter is on fire !!!

The first thing we need to do is stay away from downed power lines or anything electrical because they might be sparking due to a contact with the ground.

If you cannot stay away from downed live lines, do not touch them or any other part of the helicopter. Ask someone to call 911 and report it, then dial for emergency services on your cell phone. If you have a car close by that is safe to use in this situation (not near powerlines), drive as far away from the scene as possible.

The best thing to do is stay away from downed power lines or anything electrical because they might be sparking due to a contact with the ground.

If you cannot stay away from them, do not touch them or any other part of the helicopter. Ask someone to call 911 and report it, then dial for emergency services on your cell phone. If you have a car close by that is safe to use in this situation (not near power lines), drive as far away from the scene as possible.

For any other emergency, call 911 and report it as soon as possible so that authorities can respond accordingly!

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