Monday, April 6
1 p.m. Reports pour in about a helicopter crash on the Tennessee River.
By 2:30 p.m. A command center is been set up in Colbert Ferry Park and search & rescue crews from both Colbert & Lauderdale County arrive at the scene.
10 p.m. Crews suspend search efforts for the night.
Tuesday, April 7
9 a.m. Day two of the search resumes. Crews spend most of the day trying to determine what is river trash and what is actual debris from the wreckage.
2 p.m. Haverfield Aviation lands a helicopter similar to what went down to try and assist search crews. The helicopter flies the path of the downed helicopter, according to witnesses.
7 p.m. Search crews put divers in the water.
8 p.m. The aircraft's location is pinpointed. It is discovered that the pilot is not inside the aircraft.
9 p.m. The search is suspended for the day.
Wednesday, April 8
10 a.m. Crews return to the scene.
11 a.m. NTSB & FAA officials arrive.
12 p.m. Army helicopter, State helicopter & Haverfield helicopter arrive on the scene to assist with the search.
12:30 p.m. Army and state helicopter begin aerial perimeter search. Cadaver dogs are also loaded into dive boats to help locate the pilot.
1:30 p.m. The NTSB holds a media briefing
5:30 p.m. The NTSB leaves for the day and the search effort is suspended for the night.
Thursday, April 9
10:15 a.m. Barge arrives on the scene and the Florence dive team heads out onto the water. Recovery crews are also on scene.
10:45 a.m. Divers in the search the wreckage before attaching crane cables to pull the aircraft from the river.
Monday, April 13
Following a weekend with no trace of the pilot, Colbert County EMA Director Mike Melton affirms they will continue searching until the pilot is found.
Tuesday, April 14