Police have secured the scene of the helicopter crash at Gillingham on the Norfolk/Suffolk border and are now waiting for specialist air accident investigators to arrive at the crash site.
Two ambulance officers, three ambulances, two doctors and one rapid response car attended the scene.
Norfolk Police said the crash site had been cordoned off. It is 45 miles from the spot where four crew members died when a US military helicopter crashed on a training mission in a nature reserve in Cley-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
Experts scouring the wreckage of the helicopter crash in Gillingham, Norfolk will begin recovering crash debris today.
Air accident investigators have begun work to find out how a helicopter crashed close to the Norfolk and Suffolk border last night.
Police have closed roads around the scene of last night's helicopter crash at Gillingham near Beccles.