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Pilot Robert Fratti stands next to the Spirit Lifeline helicopter during a dedication ceremony July 10, 2013, at the Biesiot Activities Center. The medical helicopter based in Dickinson has stopped operations after just over a year in North Dakota. The helicopter had been based at the site of the new CHI St. Joseph's Hospital still under construction. (Press Photo by Dustin Monke)

Spirit Lifeline takes off: Officials: Medical helicopter service pulls out of North Dakota

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Air ambulance company Spirit Lifeline is pulling its service out of North Dakota after only a year of operation.

An email went out Wednesday to customers announcing that the company, which began operating in Dickinson last July, was ending its medical flights in the state.

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