Hevilift appeals $5.6M judgment

A PILOT who was left a quadriplegic after a deadly helicopter crash in Papua New Guinea while chartering for an oil and gas company more than 14 years ago, says he feels he's been treated like "an enemy" by his former employer.

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At the time of the 2006 crash, pilot Bruce Towers was flying for Hevilift, a PNG aviation company that works primarily with resource companies, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported.

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