Robinson Helicopter Crash In Russias Kamchatka Leaves No Survivors – EMERCOM

PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKIY (UrduPoint News / Sputnik – seventeenth July, 2022) KAMCHATSKIY, July 17 (Sputnik) – A Robinson helicopter that went lacking in Russia’s Far Eastern Kamchatka Territory on Saturday was discovered burned-out, leaving no survivors, the regional workplace of the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations (EMERCOM) mentioned.

“The missing aircraft was found by a passing helicopter on July 17 in the Semyachik mountain crossing 13 kilometers (8 miles) away from the Uzon volcano. Unfortunately, nobody survived the crash,” EMERCOM mentioned.

The Robinson helicopter broke radio contact within the Kamchatka Territory on Saturday, the rescue providers reported earlier.

The regional Governor Vladimir Solodov confirmed the crash on Sunday.

“The helicopter with two passengers and a pilot was operating a private flight, the group was not registered as tourists. Yesterday, low clouds and unfavorable weather conditions for flights were in the area of the helicopter crash site. The competent authorities are investigating the situation and will establish the reasons for the departure and the circumstances of the crash of the private helicopter,” Solodov wrote on Telegram.

According to some sources, three folks have been on board of the helicopter, together with the pilot, who probably was Igor Malinovsky, a Russian biathlete. According to EMERCOM, the lacking helicopter was en route from the Uzon volcanic caldera to the village Milkovo, Kamchatka.

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