Helicopter Accidentally Decapitates Man in Florida

Salvator Disi died Thursday near the hangars at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport, Hernando County Sheriff's Office confirmed. The incident happened at about 3:35 p.m. Thursday.

A man died after he was decapitated by a helicopter blade at an airport in Florida.

The sheriff's office identified the victim as 62-year-old Salvatore Disi. A caller told 911 that he and Disi were working on the helicopter and using a power auto to jumpstart it.

The Hernando County Sheriff's Office told the Miami Herald detectives would not comment on the person's cause of death because next of kin has yet to be notified.

He said Disi "had an interaction" with the aircraft and "died nearly immediately, if not immediately".

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Sheriff Al Nienhuis said there was no evidence of foul play.

"Obviously a death that is a little bit unusual, and we want to make sure that we have all the answers", Nienhuis told WFLA.

The helicopter which decapitated Disi belongs to Dr. Alfred Bonati of the Bonati Spine Institute in Hudson, who was at the site when the tragic incident occurred.

The aircraft is believed to be a 1993 Bell 230 twin-engine light helicopter, according to the Tampa Bay Times, which cited Federal Aviation Administration records.

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