The sentence:
A privately contracted high altitude helicopter made rushed the three to safety.


What is this 'made'? Why not simply 'rushed' instead?
It probably got cut to fit the space at a late stage (happens all the time, little that appears in a newspaper is what was originally written) leaving an extra word in by mistake. Something like: ..helicopter made an emergency flight and rushed...
I think it's just a mistake - it should just be "rushed."
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 nona the brit's reply was promoted to an answer.
Oh! It's a typo! No wonder I couldn't understand it.

Thank you!