FRISCO, Colo. (CBS4)– The community in Frisco gathered on Sunday to remember a Flight for Life pilot killed in a crash one year ago. Two nurses on board were injured.

Patrick Mahany died when the helicopter crashed shortly after take off from the hospital.

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Patrick Mahany (credit: CBS)

Patrick Mahany (credit: CBS)

Flight nurse Dave Repsher has been released from intensive care nearly a year after he was burned over 90 percent of his body.

Dave Repsher (credit: Dawg Nation Hockey Foundation)

Dave Repsher (credit: Dawg Nation Hockey Foundation)

Nurse Matt Bowe has recovered and returned to work.

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The community is creating a memorial to honor the victims and those who rushed to save them.

(credit: Lake Dillon Fire)

(credit: Lake Dillon Fire)

Crews unveiled the new helicopter that will replace the one that crashed.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

There is a memorial service planned for Sunday at the crash site. The permanent memorial will be completed by September.

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This weekend orange ribbons hang around Frisco as a reminder to what happened.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)