One of many victims of the tragic helicopter crash that killed billionaire Chris Cline asked on being aboard the doomed flight to support her companion, Cline’s daughter Kameron, who’d fallen sick, the younger girl’s mom stated.
Delaney Wykle, 22, who’d recently passed her nursing board examination, had traveled to the coal tycoon’s private island within the Bahamas to hang around along with her childhood best buddy, Kameron, stated mother, Paula Wykle.
According to family friend Lauree Simmons, it was 22-year-old Kameron who had a medical emergency, helping her dad to attempt to rush her to a Florida hospital in his chopper.
The heiress’s best friend requested on coming along in case she may help, Wykle’s mom mentioned.
“She got to practice nursing for one day,” Paula Wykle mentioned sadly, calling her daughter “sensible, loving and probably the greatest friends anybody may ever ask for.”
Along with Cline, his daughter and Wykle, two different college friends of Kameron’s, the pilot Geoffrey Lee Painter, 52, and another man, David Jude, 52, of Kentucky have been killed when the helicopter fell into the ocean on July 4.
Accident investigators in the Bahamas announced that they’d pulled the Agusta AW139 helicopter from the ocean on late Saturday.
The plane is expected to be taken to Fort Lauderdale and then to an accident investigation facility in Fort Pierce, Fla.
Authorities have mentioned it’s too early to attract conclusions about the reason for the crash. They don’t consider a distress signal was made and only started looking for the helicopter when it was reported missing.