Person decapitated by helicopter at Tampa Bay Airport, reports say

A spinning helicopter rotor blade struck a 62-year-old man in the head on Thursday, killing him instantly, according to the Hernando County Sheriff's Office.

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

Sheriff Al Nienhuis said Salvatore Disi "died nearly immediately" in the incident that took place at Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport.

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Deputies responded about 3:35 reports of a death at the Brooksville-Tampa Bay Regional Airport.

Two men were using a power cart to jumpstart a helicopter when it began acting erratically - moving up and then down.

The sheriff said a "very serious aircraft accident. did result in someone losing their life". He died instantly, police said. He had a drone pilot certification, was certified as a flight instructor for single- and multi-engine planes and in 2010 was certified as an advanced ground instructor.

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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.

Nienhuis told ABC Action News that the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board have been contacted.

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