Arunachal Pradesh: Army ALH helicopter crashes, second accident in three weeks
The series of crashes on military flights is not stopping. An Indian Army helicopter crashed in the Upper Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh today. The helicopter crash happened near the Singing village, 25 km from Tuting headquarters in Siang district.
An Indian Army helicopter crashed in the Upper Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh this morning. The accident happened near the Singing village, 25 km from Tuting headquarters in Siang district. According to the information given by the Defense Public Relations Officer, Guwahati, the Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) crashed near the Tuting area in the Upper Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh at around 10:40 am on Friday. As soon as the information about the helicopter crash was received, the rescue team was sent to the spot. No injuries have been reported so far in the accident. At present, the army has started relief work. A few days ago a helicopter crashed in Tawang as well. One pilot lost his life in this accident.
The series of crashes on military flights is not stopping. Once again an army helicopter crashed in Arunachal Pradesh. Army has started relief work. As of now, no casualties have been reported in the accident. The incident took place near Singing village. A public relations officer said that today an army helicopter crashed in the Singing village, 25 km from Tuting headquarters in the Upper Siang district. He said that there is no road to the accident site.
Earlier this month on October 5, a Cheetah helicopter crashed near the Tawang area of Arunachal Pradesh. An Indian Army pilot was killed in this accident. According to an official, an Army Aviation Cheetah helicopter flying in the forward area near Tawang crashed during a routine flight on October 05 at 10:00 am. Both pilots were taken to a military hospital, where one pilot died.
On 12 October this month, the MiG-29K fighter plane of the Indian Navy crashed. The Navy had informed us that the pilots of the aircraft were safe and the accident happened due to a technical fault. The MiG 29K, which was flying regularly over the sea from Goa, crashed due to a technical snag during its return journey.