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Thursday, May 3, 2007
Honorary Chelsea VP dies after copter crash
An honorary vice president of Chelsea and his son, flying back from the Champions League match at Liverpool, were killed when their helicopter crashed less than mile from home.
Millionaire businessman Phillip Carter and his teenage son Andrew died when the Twin Squirrel helicopter came down in the early hours in Wansford, Cambridgeshire.

Carter, founder of training firm Carter & Carter, now worth more than £500million, was one of eight honorary vice presidents of Chelsea. He was travelling back from last night's semi-final second-leg clash at Anfield to his sprawling country home at Thornhaugh Hall.
Two other men, pilot Stephen Holdich, 49, and Carter's friend Jonathan Waller, a 42-year-old debt collector, also died in the crash.

The aircraft - call sign G-BYPA - disappeared from radar screens just after midnight after taking off from John Lennon Airport in Liverpool. Search helicopters from RAF Wittering spent the morning scouring land near Wansford, including forests, farmland, quarries and a landfill site. The wreckage was found in woodland near the village and investigators from the Air Accidents Investigation Branch spent the day at the scene.

It is thought the helicopter may have been heading for a cricket field landing pad at the Haycock Hotel, in Wansford, which is run by Carter's wife Judith

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