$5.6m Settlement for Air Medical Crash That Killed Indianapolis Flight Nurse

The lawsuit was filed by the National Bank of Indianapolis on behalf of the nurse’s two children, as reported by the Indianapolis Star. The medical helicopter crash killed flight nurse Sandra Pearson, 38; pilot Roger Warren, 43, and base manager Wade Weston 38, when the rotor separated from the Bell 206 Longranger helicopter.  The lawsuit named Rolls-Royce, the helicopter’s engine maker; Decatur County REMC, the utility responsible for maintaining power lines in the area; Rushville Memorial Hospital, which dispatched the helicopter; and Bell Helicopter Textron, the rotor manufacturer, as the defendants.

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