All 13 aboard the helicopter that crashed Friday at Turøy in Hordaland are presumed dead, according to the newspaper VG. Two of the passengers are still not found.
Everyone who was on board are presumed dead, said operations manager Terje Magnussen from the Western Police District to VG friday afternoon.
So far we have found eleven people in the sea and on the isle where the helicopter crashed but police says it is not likely that the two missing persons will be found alive.
– We are still looking for the last two that was on board the helicopter. We have divers searching in the water, and we’ve got hold of people who are working to bring themselves into the wreckage, said rescue leader Børge Galta by JRCC Southern Norway.
There was 13 on board were eleven Norwegians, one Briton and one Italian.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today