At least one person killed after helicopter crashes in Virginia

91-year-old woman killed when helicopter crashes into Williamsburg condo

Woman killed when helicopter crashes into Virginia home

One person is dead and the pilot of a helicopter is missing after a helicopter crashed into a condo complex in the popular destination town of Williamsburg, Virginia, on Sunday.

State police received the call about the crash shortly before 4:45 p.m. Sunday. Police say the crash caused a fire at a townhouse.

Video after the accident shows masses of debris and the roof of the building completely gone.

Jean Lonchak Danylko, 91, resided in one of the apartment units below where the helicopter crashed in the 1100 block of Settlement Drive in Bristol Commons, state police spokeswoman Sgt. Michelle Anaya said Monday. However, the FAA later said there were multiple victims.

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No other information was given to media about the woman, but her family had been notified about her death. On its website, the Robinson Helicopter Co., said its R44 models are "high performing, reliable and easy to maintain".

The Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board are also responding to the scene.

An official with the Navy confirms to WTKR that all Naval Station Norfolk and Naval Air Station Oceana aircraft are accounted for and no Navy aircraft was involved.

The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg issued a tweet Sunday warning students of the crash and urging them to avoid the area around the school's Dillard Complex. The city includes many condominium timeshares.

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