At least three populace died after their helicopter not working late Monday in western Norway, establishment said.
Norwegian law enforcement spokesman Gry Benedicte Halseth said in a declaration that the figure of people on board has not been recognized. But Gudmund Taraldsen, an officer with the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority, told CNN that there were five people total on the helicopter at what time it went downward, sense two people are still unaccounted for.
The helicopter was hired by house builders to fly up into the Norwegian mountain, Halseth said. The aircraft -- an Aerospatiale 350 -- not working before 8 p.m. Monday in a distant locale at the underneath of the Hardanger fjord, east of Bergen, Taraldsen said.