A helicopter that crashed into the North Sea off the Shetland coast is being attended to by the Royal Air Force, the CHC has said.
A spokesperson added:
CHC Helicopter can confirm that an L2 aircraft flying for TOTAL landed in the water today, approximately two miles west of Sumburgh.
The Maritime Coastguard Helicopter from Sumburgh along with other rescue services promptly responded to the scene. U.K. Royal Air Force 137 and 138, along with the Jigsaw aircraft, have been involved in the rescue effort.
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