An investigation has been launched by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) to uncover what caused a devastating EagleMed helicopter crash that took one person's life and injured two. Emergency responders on the scene were able to divert a potential explosion that could have occurred due to leaking jet fuel, a highly combustible liquid.

This is the third helicopter crash to occur due to the medical company's supposed faulty equipment, News 9 reported.

"This many crashes in this short period of time is indicative of a serious problem from an operational standpoint," said Ladd Sanger, an aviation attorney and pilot. "That is going to have to get rectified, or this company is going to continue to put innocent people's lives in jeopardy."

Forty-nine-year-old Michael Davis Wilson, who was the patient being transported, died during the crash that took place this past Tuesday. Since 2010, three helicopter crashes in Oklahoma have been attributed to EagleMed, forcing a much needed analysis of what deadly mistakes are being made.

Back in February, another one of the company's helicopters crash landed in Oklahoma City, causing two deaths and two hospitalizations. In 2010, another reported EagleMed crash claimed two more lives.

Although the investigation is underway, an official reason for the crash or the names of the victims have not been released.

EagelMed spokesman Robbie Copeland said the medical helicopter company will comply with the FAA and NTSB's investigations.