The pilot and another individual suffered non-life threatening injuries as a low-flying copter crashed at a PG&E training facility in Livermore.

We dump on PG&E plenty around here, but our thoughts go out to the two employees of the utility who were injured in a Wednesday as a PG&E helicopter crashed in Livermore, according  to NBC Bay Area. The crash was at a company training facility, and from the numerous social media reports and videos seen below, the damage was contained entirely to within the facility, and the two people suffered non-life threatening injuries.

All of this just happened at about 10 a.m. Wednesday morning, so some of the details are still coming together, and are conflicting. NBC Bay Area is on the scene, and reported below that “Two people taken to hospital with unknown injuries.” But the Alameda Fire Department is also on the scene, and tweeted about 90 minutes later that “One patient was transported to the hospital..”

But a just-released statement from PG&E, picked up by NBC Bay Area, confirms a version of events that both were hospitalized.

“The helicopter was transporting two people,” PG&E’s statement said. “Both occupants were transported to area hospitals.”

This facility is technically called the Livermore Electric Safety Academy. According to a PG&E site description, “This facility is for the PG&E coworkers who build out the electric infrastructure to a brand-new subdivision, whether it is transmission or distribution,” and “Additionally, this facility supports five apprentice programs and provides ongoing refresher training, pre-employment assessments and PowerPathway courses.”

The Bay Area News Group report on the crash puts it more plainly and adds some detail that “The PG&E Electric Safety Academy exists on a 35-acre campus along National Drive in Livermore, and it’s where newly-hired employees are trained to become line workers,,” and that “the facility includes numerous 40-foot poles that trainees must regularly climb, along with a gravel training area the size of 10 football fields.”

This is a breaking story and may be updated.

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