Friends describe Charles Burnett as a fun-loving, unique individual. Burnett, his girlfriend, and 4 other friends were almost to Burnett's Folsom, New Mexico ranch when his helicopter went down Wednesday night. Burnett's girlfriend Andra Cobb was the only one who survived. From Sky 7 Friday, you can see some military vehicles on Burnett's 11,000 acre property. Long-time lawyer and friend Martyn Hill says Burnett enjoyed military vehicles and got a kick out of sharing this hobby with others.
Target 7 got to sit down with BYD's Senior Vice President after he met with the city Thursday about its list of issues. These are some of the things we spoke about. What was your impression of the meeting with the new administration? I don't know if the new administration really understood how fully committed we were to getting these issues resolved and we were working on them already. Why are you behind schedule on delivering our buses? We were supposed to receive all 20 by October.
Kaytlen Platero still can't believe what happened. "I broke down and I started crying, honestly," she said. Earlier this month, her boyfriend, Daniel Saavedra-Arreola, was killed by Albuquerque police officers after, they say, he attacked one of them with a knife and a metal pipe. Officers were looking for Saavedra-Arreola in a northeast Albuquerque apartment because neighbors thought he was a burglar. Platero said he wasn't there to steal anything because he knew the apartment was empty.
COMING UP AT 6: family friends tell us about the victims in yesterday’s helicopter crash. Paul Cobb (the co-pilot), seen on the right in this pic, was a Vietnam veteran and former police chief. @koat7news#ABQ#NM#Houstonhttps://t.co/5MUfAFXnls
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