By Brett Lackey For Daily Mail Australia and Kylie Stevens For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 06:10 GMT, 3 December 2020 | Updated: 06:10 GMT, 3 December 2020
One of the two victims of a deadly helicopter crash in New South Wales has been identified as a recently-elected Victorian councillor and prominent businessman.
Andrew Goldman, 54, was on board the Robinson R44 helicopter when it crashed in rugged bushland in the Southern Highlands area south-west of Sydney.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The alarm was raised around 6.45pm Wednesday night after the helicopter, believed to be on a training flight at the time, failed to return to Goulburn.
A search bushland near Tallong, 25km east of Goulburn was launched, taking six hours to find the pair's bodies.
Andrew Goldman (pictured), 54, was on board the Robinson R44 helicopter when it crashed in rugged bushland in the Southern Highlands area south-west of Sydney
An extensive search effort was launched in the NSW Southern Highlands to access the site of a helicopter crash, where two people were killed on Wednesday night
Mr Goldman who runs a civil construction company