Bryan Eisenberg, who works in law enforcement for the National Parks Service at the Pacific National Park in Honolulu, played a life-saving role after a tourist helicopter crash at Pearl Harbor.
Within moments after the helicopter crashed into the waters, with the pilot and passengers were trapped inside the sinking aircraft, Mr. Eisenberg, a Rochester, NY native, dove into the waters and into action, knowing time was critical.
He forced open the door and used a knife to cut the seat belts loose of those inside the sinking helicopter.
Due to Mr. Eisenberg’s quick-thinking and fast actions, all passengers made it to land.
See the full story, and a video of the crash, at http://13wham.com/news/top-stories/pittsford-sutherland-grad-becomes-lifesaver-after-chopper-crash