OKLAHOMA CITY —
One person on the ground suffered minor injuries and was treated at the scene, said Lara O'Leary, a spokeswoman with Emergency Medical Services Authority.
The helicopter belonged to EagleMed LLC, a Kansas-based medical transport company, O'Leary said. A telephone message was left with an EagleMed spokesman Friday.
In July 2010, an EagleMed helicopter crashed in a field in Kingfisher, about 50 miles northwest of Oklahoma. The helicopter's pilot and a nurse on board the aircraft were killed in the crash.
On that flight, the EagleMed helicopter was headed from Oklahoma City to pick up a patient at a hospital 90 miles away. The National Transportation Safety Board has not yet released a probable-cause report from the 2010 crash.