Helicopter crash in Far North Qld

A HELICOPTER has crashed in Far North Queensland, with initial reports suggesting two people have been injured.

 

Police said the commercial helicopter crashed at Mount Cook, near Cooktown, about noon.

 

A rescue chopper from Townsville has been deployed to the scene.

 

An ambulance spokesman said six people were on board the helicopter which crashed, four of whom escaped injury.

 

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