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Would an S-92 / CH-148 (or any helicopter) be able to land successfully after rolling over and eating someone with its main rotor in flight?

A partial answer: some helicopter rotor blades are extremely fault tolerant. Just look at the grin on this lucky aviator and the blades on the chopper he has landed just a few a hours before: More to ...
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Would an S-92 / CH-148 (or any helicopter) be able to land successfully after rolling over and eating someone with its main rotor in flight?

No. I suspect having a human body come in to direct contact with the rotor disk 1) would not “finely mince” a person but instead cause severe blunt force trauma followed by flinging the body or body ...
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