Shreveport, LA — February 15, 2017, Terry Bailey and Pam Bailey were killed following an accident where their helicopter crashed into Wallace Lake.
Federal investigators are currently looking into the fatal incident, which occurred in the morning hours of Wednesday just south of Shreveport.
Terry and Pam are husband and wife, and they were well known in their hometown, Center, TX, as the owners of High Roller Wells LLC. Reports say they were traveling back home in a Bell B429 helicopter when the accident occurred.
Somehow, the aircraft lost control as it was flying over Wallace Lake. It spun into the water below and crashed. As a result, the Baileys suffered fatal injuries. It’s unclear if any other people, such as the pilot or other passengers, were involved in the accident. Details surrounding the crash are still unclear.
At this time, investigators continue to look for the cause of the crash. No further details are currently available.
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