- From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Bill Graham helicopter crash) On October 25, 1991, a Bell 206 carrying rock music concert promoter Bill Graham, his girlfriend Melissa Gold, and pilot Steve Kahn crashed into a transmission tower west of Vallejo , California, killing everyone on board.
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On October 25, 1991, a Bell 206 carrying rock music concert promoter Bill Graham, his girlfriend Melissa Gold, and pilot Steve Kahn crashed into a transmission tower west of Vallejo, California, killing everyone on board. The cause of the accident was determined to be the pilot's intentional flight into known adverse weather conditions.
- October 25, 1991
- Continued flight into known adverse weather
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- Bell 206B
On June 13, 1991, Officers Gary Alan Howe and Charles Randall Champe were killed when they experienced an in-flight engine failure which caused their helicopter to crash into a parking lot and burst into flames.
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Helicopter Crash Kills Rock Promoter Bill Graham October 26, 1991 GMT VALLEJO, Calif. (AP) _ Bill Graham, who fled Hitler’s Germany and carved out an empire promoting rock music from its infancy in the United States, died when his helicopter crashed into a utility tower.
Oct 27, 1991 · Vallejo, CA Rock Promoter Bill Graham Dies In Helicopter Crash, Oct 1991. ROCK PROMOTER BILL GRAHAM KILLED. HELICOPTER CRASH CLAIMS THREE LIVES. Vallejo, Calif. (AP) -- BILL GRAHAM, who escaped Nazi Germany to become America's leading promoter of rock musicians and who helped develop the mass rock concert format that drew audiences totaling in the millions, was killed Friday in a helicopter crash about 25 miles northeast of San Francisco.
Feb 14, 1991 · The third occupant of the helicopter, Beverly Hills Police Officer Michael Carra, was treated at the Santa Paula hospital for cuts and bruises and released. Both men on the plane were killed.