LIVERMORE (KRON) – A helicopter crashed in Livermore on Wednesday morning, according to the Livermore Fire Department.

Crews responded to the crash, which happened at about 10:00 a.m. at 7205 National Avenue, which is a PG&E training facility, fire officials told KRON4. The Federal Aviation Administration stated that a Bell 407 helicopter crashed around 10 a.m. Wednesday, and that the National Transportation Safety Board will be responsible for the investigation.

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This cell phone photo shows the downed helicopter in Livermore. (KRON4 Staff)

There was one person on board, and a second person was participating in a PG&E training operation and was hanging from the aircraft as part of that training, fire officials said.

There were two injuries: one “more critical,” and one minor, but PG&E said neither was life-threatening. The more critical injury was sustained by the person on board, and the minor injury was sustained by the other person. Both were transported to local hospital’s PG&E said.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.