A helicopter crashed in the woods shortly after taking off in Croydon, New Hampshire, killing the pilot. The craft was reported as missing for at least several hours. The helicopter had taken off at about 7:30 p.m. Sunday, but the pilot, who was working for JBI Helicopter Services, could not be tracked shortly after that. The Croydon Fire Department said it received a report of a missing aircraft at about 10:30 p.m. The helicopter was found several hours later in a heavily wooded area near the takeoff site. The pilot was the only occupant and he did pass away. The pilot, Carl Svenson, 73, of Loudon, New Hampshire, was found dead in the heavily damaged helicopter, according to the Fish and Game Department.
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