Update: On Feb. 11 2013 the names of the men who killed in the crash of a helicopter in Acton, Calif were released and reported by the AP.
Coroner's spokesman Ed Winter identified the victims Monday as David Gene Gibbs, 59, of Valencia, Calif.; Darren Arthur Rydstrom, 46, of Whittier, Calif., and Michael William Donatelli, 45, of Indiana, Pa.
The men who working on a reality show for the Discovery Channel that is currently untitled and has not been launch on the channel.
It was also revealed that the helicopter crashed 25 miles from where the "Twilight Zone" helicopter crash happened. This crash killed actor Vic Morrow and two children.
Our sympathies to the families of the three men who perished in this crash.
Today, Feb. 10 2013, a helicopter with a crew of three crashed killing all on board. The location is near the Polsa Rosa Ranch, which rents spaces to film; TV shows, movies and commercials. The helicopter was involved in shooting a reality show or movie, this info hasn't been released.
According to Los Angeles county fire dispatcher Robert Diaz"
The crash occurred about 3:40 a. m. Sunday at the Polsa Roas Ranch in Acton.
The ranch shows only two films on their IMDb PRO page, "Where the Red Fern Grows" from 2003 and "Embrace the Vampire" filmed in 1995. The company may not have updated their page for a while.
The website for Polsa Rosa Ranch has a vast list of areas available. The site doesn't seem to have been updated for a while as it advertises a new two story metal barn interior with loft. It is advertised to be ready in 2005. The site doesn't respond when the links are clicked on.
The number on the website for the ranch goes to voice mail. It is the correct number, the person whose voice responds on the tape refers to himself as "Jeff." The site has the number and says by "appointment only" with the name Jeff Martin.
No word on who was in the copter or the cause of the crash. The name of the show being filmed has not been released.
The crash is being investigated by Federal Aviation Administration and National Transportation Safety Board investigate.
This news is breaking so stay tuned to this column for updates as they become available.