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Black Hawk helicopter makes emergency landing
MILLER PLACE, N.Y. (WABC) -- A bird strike is suspected of forcing a black hawk helicopter to make an emergency landing on Long Island.
Two people were on board when the chopper landed on a farm in Miller Place Wednesday afternoon.
An access hatch came loose and cracked the helicopter's windshield.
No one was hurt.
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