A gas facility was hit near Sarmada city in Idlib province, but there were no immediate reports of casualties.
"It's very windy outside," said Jean-Pierre when asked about his stumbling. "He is doing 100 percent fine."
All 176 people on board were killed, 138 of whom had ties to Canada.
The helicopter hit an electrical cable before crashing.
The airline states that all staff have been accounted for receiving the Pfizer vaccine.
The family was returning home to Michigan from Georgia.
Last month, flight instructor Itay Zaiden, 42, from Kibbutz Shoval and corporal Lihu Ben-Bassa, 19, from Rishon Lezion, were killed in an aviation accident.
The Senate report said the Southwest flights "put millions of passengers at potential risk."
The passing of this important step is giving the unmanned aerial refueler hope for a promising future.
A smooth return to service for the MAX is seen as critical for Boeing's reputation and finances.