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Helicopter crash: Pilot was picking up owner of Ivy restaurant

Reported by on Friday, 18 January 2013 (on January 18, 2013)
The pilot killed in the London helicopter crash was on his way to pick up the boss of the Ivy restaurant when tragedy struck, it is believed.

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