Jean Lonchak Danylko, 91, lived in an apartment unit below where the helicopter crashed Sunday, Virginia State Police confirmed Monday morning.
A 91-year-old woman who died after a helicopter crashed into her condominium in Bristol Commons Sunday was an avid reader and world traveler, according to her relatives.
Police said in a statement: 'Federal, state and local police, with the assistance of the Williamsburg Fire Department, are working to locate and identify the pilot of the helicopter'.
Brook Sweeney lives across the street from where the crash took place and told the Daily-Pilot the impact sounded like a vehicle crash.
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Several witnesses at the scene told WYDaily that they saw the helicopter in distress shortly before the crash, which caused extensive damage to one one of the complex's buildings.
Williamsburg Police, William & Mary Police, James City County Police, Virginia State Police and the York-Poquoson Sheriff's Office also responded to the crash. "The whole house shook and then I just heard a loud "bam" and the whole house was on fire", Sweeney said.
The National Transportation Safety Board plans a news conference Monday afternoon.