EC135 Engines Flamed Out in Glasgow Crash
The investigation into the EC135 fatal crash on November 29 in Glasgow, Scotland, is struggling to find any specific cause or telltale evidence. The investigators have determined that both of the helicopter’s engines flamed out, according to a special bulletin the Air Accidents Investigation Branch published on Friday. They now still have to understand why this happened with a functional fuel system and 25 gallons of fuel in the tanks. Also to be determined is why no emergency radio transmission was received from the pilot and why an autorotation was not achieved.