Watch full video: Regarding the accident that claimed the life of his Outback Wrangler co-star, Matt Wright has been given an arrest warrant.

Watch full video: Regarding the accident that claimed the life of his Outback Wrangler co-star, Matt Wright has been given an arrest warrant.

Regarding the helicopter disaster that claimed the life of Chris Wilson, the star of National Geographic’s Outback Wrangler, an arrest warrant has been filed for a TV personality.

In west Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, a helicopter carrying the 34-year-old crashed into some trees and the ground in February, killing him.

A 43-year-old man was the subject of an arrest warrant, according to NT Police on Monday.

According to The Australian, the arrest warrant is believed to be for Matt Wright, a fellow cast member of Wilson.

The 43-year-old has been called by his legal counsel and instructed to report to Northern Territory Police in Darwin by Wednesday morning at 9 a.m.

It is anticipated that he will face charges for perverting the course of justice, destroying evidence, forging evidence, interfering with witnesses, and unauthorized entrance when he appears in court.

Wright earlier revealed that “the awful event (left) his family and team (completely) saddened.”

The Fordham Company released a statement a day after the accident saying, “(They) are grieved by the loss of their dearest friend and highly valued colleague Chris ‘Willow’ Wilson.”

A 43-year-representative old’s claimed that Wright “strenuously rejects any wrongdoing.”

The two team members who were on board at the time of the accident were his first priority.

The next step was to make sure the place was secure and that no team members or other helicopters were in danger.

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In the Northern Territory, Wright is the owner of a tourism business that offers boat and helicopter tours, safari lodges, and adventure trips.

He is the Outback Wrangler for National Geographic and the star of the Netflix series Wild Croc Territory.

Earlier this month, Wright and his wife Kaia expanded their family.

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A early Australian Transport Safety Bureau assessment from April said that Wilson’s body was discovered at the King River crash site 40m from the main debris after the collision.

He was harnessed to a line, collecting eggs from the hard to reach crocodile nests in the swamps, the helicopter hovering above.

Three helicopters were used to harvest eggs that day, including the one that crashed.

the crash location.
the crash location. Source: ATSB
It ignored radio calls and was eventually located by one of the other crews.

The incident also critically injured the pilot, Sebastian Robinson, who was flown to Maningrida before being taken to a Darwin hospital.

Since February, the ATSB has been looking into the collision that wrecked the two-seat Robinson R22.

In relation to the collision, a man was accused in September with conspiracy and evidence offenses.

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