• The time of falling of the helicopter in Sochi was caught on video

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    Disaster tourist helicopter Eurocopter AS-350 in Sochi was caught on video. The footage is noticeable how the aircraft, EN route towards the sea, for a few seconds, dramatically loses its direction and height, and then falls to the ground.

    The helicopter crashed on a residential private house. Among its residents is not affected. The fire did not happen. Killed passenger, the other five people aboard were injured.

    It found that the helicopter belongs to the Novosibirsk company "Eltsovka" and, according to preliminary data, he made the carriage of passengers. The bodies of the Investigative Committee of Russia opened a criminal case.

    Previously published the first video from the crash site of the helicopter.


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