As the investigation into that fiery helicopter crash in Clinton County continues, the two survivors have been released from the hospital.
Benjamin McAllister, 30, of Hopkinton and Scott Fabia, 34, of Hyde Park, were released Tuesday night.
Tuesday afternoon, in Beekmantown just south of the Canadian border, the helicopter hitched onto power lines and caught fire.
The pilot, 56-year-old Robert Hoban Jr. of New Jersey, and passenger, 30-year-old Jeremy Kearns of Massena, were killed in the crash.
According to a New York Power Authority spokesman, the workers were employed by Northline Utilities, which inspects and maintains powers lines. The helicopter was owned by Catalyst Aviation in New Jersey.
The Federal Aviation Administration is currently investigating the crash with the National Transportation Safety Board.