Manufacturers of the helicopter which crashed in Norfolk killing Carlisle peer Lord Ballyedmond have told ITV Border they have sent representatives to assist with the investigation.
“AgustaWestland is very saddened by news of an accident involving one of the helicopters it manufacturers.
"AgustaWestland has promptly dispatched personnel to assist the operator and authorities with their investigation.
"While that process takes place, it is not possible to make any further comment."
Lord Ballyedmond had previously raised concerns about the safety of his aircraft.
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