According to Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol the Oneida County Sheriff's Office is investigating a helicopter accident that occurred on the runway at the Griffiss International Airport. The accident occurred at 1:47 pm involving a civilian helicopter. At the time of the accident there were three men on board. The aircraft was being piloted by Deekpak Dherny, 69 years old of Rome, suffered minor cuts to his head and face. The front left passenger, Charles Lewis, 53 years old of Lexington South Carolina, was transported from the scene by AmCare Ambulance to Rome Hospital. Mr. Lewis suffered a left shoulder injury and minor cuts. The rear left passenger, Joseph Fernandez , 50 years old of Broomfield Colorado, suffered a lower back injury an minor cuts. Mr. Fernandez was transported from the scene by AmCare Ambulance to Rome Hospital. None of the injuries sustained are life threatening. From the occupants of the aircraft, the aircraft was approaching the runway to land when warning alarms began to sound. As they came in for their landing the aircraft lost power 20-30 feet above the runway. The aircraft fell the final distance onto it's landing skids. The aircraft hit the ground and bounced back into the air, as it came back down a second time the aircraft rolled over onto it's left side. All occupants were able to extricate themselves before first responders arrived on scene. The FAA were contacted and will be conducting their investigation at a later time. The Oneida County Sheriff's Office was assisted by AmCare Ambulance, Rome Fire Department, Rome Police Department, Griffis Airport Fire Department and Griffis International Airport personnel.