DENVER (AP) — Lawyers for a flight nurse who was severely injured in a Colorado helicopter crash say two companies have agreed to pay him $100 million.

David Repsher (credit: CBS)

Attorneys told The Associated Press on Thursday that the settlement will be paid to Dave Repsher, who was severely burned when the medical helicopter crashed in Frisco in 2015.

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Pilot Patrick Mahany was killed and another flight nurse was injured.

Airbus Helicopters, which manufactured the aircraft, confirmed it’s paying some of the $100 million but declined to say how much. Airbus spokesman James Darcy called the crash a tragedy and said the company has made safety improvements.

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Gary Robb, one of Repsher’s attorneys, says the other company contributing to the settlement is Air Methods Corp., which operated the helicopter. A spokeswoman had no immediate comment.

LINK: www.daverepsher.org

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