WWE CEO Vince McMahon’s son ‘thankful’ after flourishing helicopter puncture alighting in ocean
July 19, 2017 - WWE
A helicopter carrying a son of WWE arch executive Vince McMahon was forced to make an puncture H2O alighting in a Atlantic Ocean on Wednesday morning after troubles arose off a seashore of New York.
“It was really unnerving,” Shane McMahon after told reporters of a occurrence (via the Associated Press).
McMahon, who was a usually newcomer in the Robinson R 44 helicopter, was unscathed in a incident. The pilot, whom New York’s ABC 7 identified as Mario Regtien also was uninjured in a astonishing landing.
Jumping off 50ft cages, helicopter crashes…Shane McMahon is as intrepid as he is clearly indestructible. pic.twitter.com/Y3NS97Ab8W
— Angry Scotland (@AngryScotland) July 19, 2017
“We listened some noise, and it became really transparent to me that we could no longer continue drifting a helicopter,” Regtien told reporters (via ABC) after a crash. “So we motionless to do an auto-rotation alighting in a water.”
McMahon, who appears frequently on WWE’s programming, described Mario as “super calm.”
“[This] done me super ease and we landed perfectly,” he combined (via a AP).
I’d like to appreciate a male upstairs for looking out this morning interjection to commander Mario, Suffolk Co. Marine Bureau Fire Island Coast Guard
— Shane McMahon (@shanemcmahon) July 19, 2017
The means of a crash, that occurred around 10:30 a.m. off a seashore of Long Island’s Gilgo Beach, is not nonetheless known. According to a Federal Aviation Administration, that spoke to a AP, a helicopter took off from Westchester County Airport in White Plains, N.Y. Sometime later, a commander called for assistance before a helicopter landed in a water.
According to a AP, a blurb moody on a approach to Kennedy International Airport in New York City listened Mario’s mayday call and sensitive a FAA.
The pile-up could be seen from a seaside and, eventually, rescue workers reached a dual and brought them to land.
“I couldn’t have been in improved hands,” McMahon told reporters (via ABC) after a crash, vocalization of Regtien. “He explained all as it was happening. I’d also like to appreciate a Coast Guard, who was there instantaneously, Suffolk County Marine, a business that was there, a lifeguards that came to a beach. Just grateful that all worked out good and that we’re here.”