HORROR: Helicopter With A Donor Heart Crashed On The Hospital’s Roof Right Before The Organ Is Delivered By Staffer!!!

This life-saving organ transplant was quite specific and terrifying, but it is an interesting story to be told.

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On Friday afternoon, a transport helicopter was transporting a hearth to Keck Hospital of USC in LA, and right before it landed, the aircraft lost control and crashed on the hospital’s roof.

Everything was recorded on camera, and the footage shots that the aircraft lost control in a short distance from the helipad. But it landed on the side, and no one was injured, except two passengers and the pilot, but it wasn’t anything serious.

Firefighters managed to save the organ from the wreckage, and they gave it to the healthcare workers.

This wasn’t the end of the tragedy. The med worker who carried the organ tripled while walking on the roof, and that’s caught on camera too,

“I can see that happening because there’s a lot of debris that’s on the landing pad itself,” a Los Angeles Fire Department spokesperson told the news station.

Luckily the heart was in good condition, so it was transplanted to the patient.

“On Friday, Nov. 6, at approximately 3:15 p.m., a helicopter crashed on the helipad on the roof of Keck Hospital of USC,” Keck said in a statement. “The passengers aboard the helicopter are being treated locally. Nobody on the ground or in the hospital was injured, and patient care has not been disrupted.”

Watch the video here. 

“Keck Medicine is working closely with the Los Angeles Fire Department and Los Angeles Police Department to manage and investigate the incident,” the hospital continued, in part. “The helicopter was carrying a heart for transplant. The organ is currently being safely transplanted.”

More than 20 people die every day while they are waiting for their life-saving organ transplantation. In America, more than 114,000 people are waiting to get their life-saving organs.

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