SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A Coast Guard helicopter that was conducting hovering training at San Francisco International Airport crash landed Monday.

An airport spokesman says the helicopter made a “hard landing” at the Coast Guard base at the airport around 3:00 p.m. The crash sheared off the helicopter’s rotor blades as it ended up tipping onto its side.

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All crewmembers walked away from the landing, spokesman Doug Yakel said, adding he received reports that one suffered a minor injury and was receiving medical care.

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The base is on the the opposite side of the airport away from the terminal and passengers.

The incident was not affecting commercial operations at the airport.

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