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IAF chopper crashes; 15 onboard personnel safe

Press Trust of India  |  Dehradun 

Around 15 personnel of Army and Air Force had a narrow escape today when an helicopter, in which they were travelling, crashed after taking off near the Mana village of Chamoli district in Uttarakhand.

The Mi-17 V5 helicopter was practising 'inter-valley movement' at Ghastoli helipad between Badrinath and Mana Pass when the mishap took place at around 9:25 AM, the said.



However, all occupants including members of the crew and personnel of the Indian Army's 12 Grenadiers were reported safe, the added.

There was neither any civilian casualty or damage to civilian property, it said.

A colonel rank officer is looking into the accident to ascertain its cause.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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IAF chopper crashes; 15 onboard personnel safe

Around 15 personnel of Army and Air Force had a narrow escape today when an IAF helicopter, in which they were travelling, crashed after taking off near the Mana village of Chamoli district in Uttarakhand. The Mi-17 V5 helicopter was practising 'inter-valley movement' at Ghastoli helipad between Badrinath and Mana Pass when the mishap took place at around 9:25 AM, the IAF said. However, all occupants including members of the crew and personnel of the Indian Army's 12 Grenadiers were reported safe, the IAF added. There was neither any civilian casualty or damage to civilian property, it said. A colonel rank officer is looking into the accident to ascertain its cause. Around 15 personnel of Army and Air Force had a narrow escape today when an helicopter, in which they were travelling, crashed after taking off near the Mana village of Chamoli district in Uttarakhand.

The Mi-17 V5 helicopter was practising 'inter-valley movement' at Ghastoli helipad between Badrinath and Mana Pass when the mishap took place at around 9:25 AM, the said.

However, all occupants including members of the crew and personnel of the Indian Army's 12 Grenadiers were reported safe, the added.

There was neither any civilian casualty or damage to civilian property, it said.

A colonel rank officer is looking into the accident to ascertain its cause.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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IAF chopper crashes; 15 onboard personnel safe

Around 15 personnel of Army and Air Force had a narrow escape today when an helicopter, in which they were travelling, crashed after taking off near the Mana village of Chamoli district in Uttarakhand.

The Mi-17 V5 helicopter was practising 'inter-valley movement' at Ghastoli helipad between Badrinath and Mana Pass when the mishap took place at around 9:25 AM, the said.

However, all occupants including members of the crew and personnel of the Indian Army's 12 Grenadiers were reported safe, the added.

There was neither any civilian casualty or damage to civilian property, it said.

A colonel rank officer is looking into the accident to ascertain its cause.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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