Charles Jones has lived in Caddo Parish for over 40 years and until tonight could not say hed ever seen a helicopter crash scene. "I saw life air helicopter going north and it went up the other side of town and it circled back around and it came back over in here. I didnt know what they were searching for,” explained Charles Jones, Hosston resident. They were searching for a Fairchild-Hiller 1100 helicopter similar to this one. The one in question, though carried Jeffery Legro, and Joseph Grammer their bodies were found near the crash site. The initial 911 call came in at 6:30 Wednesday evening. Two hours later, authorities found the wreckage. "Its bad, its bad. Once I came out I got the guys to go back in there and we had a little sit down and I explained to them what they were going to be looking at,” explained Chief James Paulette, Caddo Parish Fire EMS Rescue. Legro and Grammer picked up the helicopter in Florida on Wednesday. They were flying to Grammers flight training school, Leading Edge Rotor Craft in Boulder City, Nevada. "They had made contact with another employee at the flight school and said they were going to make a stop in Paris, Texas and she never heard from them again,” said Cindy Chadwick, Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office. The twisted tin still sits in the woods, waiting for the FAA and employees from the flight school to uncover answers.