A pilot’s life is on the line when a helicopter crashes in the Arizona desert.
A helicopter pilot’s career is in jeopardy after a pilot crashed in the desert, and he’s struggling to make a living.
The pilot, who was not named, suffered injuries when the helicopter crashed in January.
His employer, a private helicopter company, says it is taking a leave of absence while investigating the crash.
It’s a devastating blow to the pilot, a 28-year-old from the Arizona city of Yuma, who also suffered a concussion, a traumatic brain injury, and severe neck and shoulder injuries.
He’s hoping to resume flying by the end of the month, but has struggled to find a new position.
“It’s just been very difficult,” he said.
I was very grateful for my family and friends and loved ones.
But the reality is that my livelihood is in the balance.
That’s the saddest part.
It’s a very tough situation for me.
And it’s a lot of work to get back to that.
“He said he hasn’t been able to make it back to work on his own.
This is my second helicopter accident in the last few years.
I’ve had a lot happen in my life that I can’t take back.
My wife and I have been working so hard to try to find something that can help us and get us through this.
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