A woman who got involved in a helicopter crash, has been caught on camera making a grand escape from lurking death.
A woman ran for her life from the blazing helicopter which crashed into the Grand Canyon
According to a report by Daily Star UK, a British survivor ran for her life from a blazing helicopter which plunged into the Grand Canyon killing three of her friends in the USA.
Incredible photos show her fleeing the fireball.
She was one of four survivors from the crash in which three Brits died.
The six pals, made up of three couples, including two brothers, had been celebrating a 30th birthday when their sight-seeing chopper went down during a 50mph storm.
Yesterday, tributes poured in for Becky Dobson, 27, her boyfriend Stuart Hill, 30, and his brother Jason, 32.
It took rescuers nine hours to reach survivors Jonathan Udell, 32, his wife Ellie Milward, 29, Jason’s partner Jennifer Barham, 39, and pilot Scott Booth, 42.
All four were airlifted to University Medical Centre in Las Vegas.
Becky’s father Peter Dobson said his daughter, who wanted to be a veterinary nurse, was “full of life” and had been looking forward to celebrating her boyfriend’s 30th birthday.
Four people survived the crash
He said: “She was a lovely girl. They just went for a long weekend; a four-night break.
“They were staying in Vegas, they had been looking forward to it for a long time.
“They were really happy together, they were always going out and doing things, just enjoyed being with each other.
“The whole thing is just terrible.”
Jonathan and wife Ellie had travelled to America with their friends as part of their honeymoon.
Jonathan’s father Philip said his family was trying to get to the US.
He added: “We have spoken to the hospital and they are in a critical condition but they told us they are currently stable.
“The information is currently quite sketchy but we know that other families will be suffering a lot worse than us at the moment.
“Others were not so lucky.
“At this point, we don’t know much more we are just in a rush to get out there.
“We’re desperate for news.”
Eyewitness Lionel Douglass had been at a wedding on a bluff about 1,000 yards away from where the helicopter burst into flames.
He said: ”I had taken my phone and I was zooming in to see if I could see anybody and a lady walked out of the flames and I just lost it.”
He said he saw the helicopter fall and hit the bottom with the “biggest explosion you ever heard and then flames like you never seen before”.
Police chief Francis Bradley said: “First responders had to be flown in and walk to the crash site.
"Quartermaster Canyon is an extremely remote area."