Helicopter crash: Access Bank Holdings CEO, wife, son feared dead
According to reports from The New York Times, there are suspicions that Access Bank Holdings CEO Herbert Wigwe, along with his wife and son, may have been among the six individuals on board a helicopter that crashed near the California-Nevada border. Unfortunately, there were no survivors located. Access Holdings, the parent company of Access Bank, has not yet officially confirmed Mr. Wigwe’s death. The crash is being investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board (N.T.S.B.) and the Federal Aviation Administration (F.A.A.). N.T.S.B. representatives are scheduled to arrive at the scene on Saturday.
The distressing reports suggest that Access Bank Holdings CEO, Herbert Wigwe, his wife, and son may have tragically lost their lives in a helicopter crash. The incident occurred near the California-Nevada border and unfortunately, no survivors have been found.
At this time, Access Holdings, the parent company of Access Bank, has not officially confirmed the deaths of Mr. Wigwe and his family members.
The crash is currently under investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board (N.T.S.B.) and the Federal Aviation Administration (F.A.A.). N.T.S.B. representatives are slated to arrive at the crash site on Saturday to further investigate the tragic incident.
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