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The pilot of the helicopter which crashed had thousands of hours of flying experience including for films such as Die Another Day.
The crane operator only survived the Vauxhall helicopter crash because he was running late and had not reached his cabin.
Ross Bunyard, the Managing Director of Castle Air, based in Liskeard, reads a statement in response to the helicopter crash that killed two people in London.
The pilot of the helicopter which crashed in central London had thousands of hours of flying experience including for films such as Die Another Day and Saving Private Ryan.
Pete Barnes, who died when the helicopter he was flying hit a crane on a high building and crashed onto a street in Vauxhall, had amassed around 9,000 hours of flying time, including 3,500 hours on the type of craft he was piloting today.
VIDEO: Captain Pete Barnes, pilot of the crashed helicopter, was highly respected by his peers. He was well known an a pilot with the Air Ambulance Service, and was involved in countless rescue missions. We have compiled a short tribute film from ITV News pictures.
The pilot who died today after the helicopter he was flying crashed in London was named by sources as Pete Barnes, reports the Press Association.
Following the fatal helicopter crash in London, a key line of investigation will look at whether the hazard lights on the crane were on at the time of collision.
ITV News Correspondent Rageh Omaar reports:
Asked about the lighting claim, a spokesman for the Construction Plant hire Association (CPA), which represents crane operators, said: "We have no comment to make."
Eyewitness Steve Webster saw the crash. He thought the helicopter was in difficulties before it hit the crane.
Emre Kaya and Tom Avis described the helicopter crash and the resulting fire.