A medical helicopter crashed near a church in Pennsylvania

The crash of a helicopter near a Methodist church in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania on Jan. 11 is being called a miracle, as none of the four people on board were injured, Action News digital channel 6ABC reported.

The crash happened around 1 p.m. Jan. 11 near Bloomfield Avenue. A helicopter crashed near the United Methodist Church in the Drexel Hill area of Delaware County, with three crew members and an infant patient on board. Sources said the helicopter was carrying the child from Maryland to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

After the helicopter crashed, the three crew members were taken to Lankenau Medical Center and the infant was taken to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Doctors said no one suffered life-threatening injuries.

“It’s a miracle. It’s an absolute miracle,” said Upper Darby Township Police Chief Officer Timothy M. Bernhardt.

One man who lives nearby said he saw the helicopter trying to land before it bounced and rolled onto its side.

The cause of the crash is being determined.

Earlier, on Jan. 9, police in Los Angeles rescued a pilot from a crashed light-engine plane seconds before the aircraft rammed into the train tracks. According to law enforcement officials, the plane’s engines had lost thrust, causing the aircraft to descend and subsequently land hard.