Investigators picked through the wreckage Jan. 8 of a heavily loaded U.S.-owned cargo helicopter that crashed in the Peruvian jungle shortly after takeoff, killing its five American and two Peruvian crew members.
This undated photo provided by Columbia Helicopters based in Aurora, Ore., shows the helicopter that crashed Monday, Jan. 7, 2013, near the provincial capital of Pucallpa, Peru, killing five American and two Peruvian crew members.(AP Photo/Columbia Helicopters)
Investigators stand near the wreckage of a U.S.-owned cargo helicopter in Pucallpa, Peru, Monday, Jan. 7, 2013. Five U.S. citizens are among seven people killed in the crash in the Peruvian jungle. The heavy-lift, twin-rotor Chinook BH-234 chopper, owned by Columbia Helicopters in the Portland suburb of Aurora, Oregon, crashed Monday shortly after taking off from the provincial capital of Pucallpa bound for Tarapoto. (AP Photo/Noe Nole)