Helicopter pilot's spatial disorientation detailed
Two crewmembers and five passengers aboard a Sikorsky S-92 operated in IMC by Cougar Helicopters were only 38 feet above the waters of the Atlantic Ocean when the pilot, having suffered a bout of spatial disorientation, regained control of the helicopter, according to a report from Canada's Transportation Safety Board. The incident occurred 217 miles southeast of St. John's, Newfoundland.
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