Jammu and Kashmir: Army helicopter carrying two pilots crashes: Catch News |

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Army Chopper Crashed: Bad information has emerged for the Indian Army from Jammu and Kashmir. An military helicopter has crashed right here. According to the information, the Indian Army Cheetah helicopter crashed at Rudrakund close to Reasi in Jammu and Kashmir and fell down.

According to the military, Chopper took a coaching flight from Udhampur. There had been two pilots on this chopper. According to the military, the accident occurred at 11.30 am. However, earlier than falling down, each pilots escaped safely and narrowly survived.

The military knowledgeable that each pilots are protected. Both are out of hazard. An military officer stated that an investigation into the incident has been began. <! –

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Let me let you know that in October final yr, an Indian Army helicopter carrying the Chief of Northern Staff, Lt. Gen. Ranbir Singh and different officers needed to land an emergency. He needed to make an emergency touchdown in Poonch space after a technical fault within the helicopter.

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