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Arunachal Chopper Crash: 3 bodies recovered so far

First Published: 21st October, 2022 19:45 IST

The incident took place shortly before 11 am. The Army had deployed 2 Advanced Light Helicopters for the rescue mission.

As many as 3 bodies have been recovered so far from the chopper crash site in Arunachal’s Upper Siang District.

An Army Helicopter with 5 people on board had crashed near Singging village in Arunachal Pradesh’s Upper Siang district this morning.

As per reports, an Advanced Light Helicopter of the Indian Army crashed around 25 kilometres away from Tuting, the headquarter of Upper Siang district.

The incident took place shortly before 11 am. The Army had deployed 2 Advanced Light Helicopters for the rescue mission.

It needs to be mentioned here that this is the 2nd chopper crash this month in Arunachal Pradesh. Earlier this month an army chopper crashed in Tawang district.

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