A few days ago in Phoenix two helicopters crashed into each other while covering a speeding driver that police were chasing. I heard on Foxnews last night that the DA in Phoenix is now thinking about charging the driver of the car with the deaths of the 4 in the helicopters. I say this is ridiculous. Although I feel terrible for the familes, The news agencies involved did not have to cover the event. They wanted to. They assumed the risk. The pilots involved were responsible for keeping safe flying conditions. Evidently one copter came to close to the other and there rotars hit. Copters in the sky covering news events use something called "stacking" when they reach the scene. The first copter there gets the best spot...say 500 feet above the chase. The second copter there is positioned 500 feet above the first and so on. Even LEO's can break off a pursuit if it becomes too dangerous and there is no reason why news copters cannot do the same thing.