An aircraft crash has occurred in the Azamgarh district of Uttar Pradesh. In this accident, a young man has died after being hit by an aircraft. However, its official information has not yet been received. A large number of forces with SP and DIG came on the spot.
Two Seater Aircraft Crashes
The incident is being reported from the border of Nizamabad and Saraimeer police station areas. At the same time, this incident has spread sensation in the surrounding area. Also, a crowd of villagers had gathered at the accident site. It is being said that after crashing and falling on the ground, the aircraft flew away and its parts broke apart. Two people were onboard the aircraft. It is being told that it was a two-seater, out of which the death of one person is reported. While another person has landed in the next village via parachute.
Helicopter Landed on the Farm due to Technical Glitch
Let us inform you that on August 17 last month, a big accident was averted in Mathura. A sudden technical glitch was revealed in a helicopter of the Indian Army, after which its emergency landing was done in the field. According to the information, the army chopper landing was made in the signal village of Barsana police station. The helicopter flew after the technical problem was resolved.
Emergency Landing of Armed Forces Helicopters
There have been many emergency landings of armed forces helicopters. On June 26 this year, an emergency landing of an Air Force helicopter was made at 9.45 am on the Kundli-Ghaziabad-Palwal Peripheral Expressway (KGP Express-way). The helicopter was flown from Hindon Airbase and it had four Air Force personnel along with the pilot. All the soldiers were safe after the emergency landing. Upon information about the emergency landing of the helicopter, Rai and Kundli police station reached the spot, closed one lane of KGP and diverted the vehicles to the other lane. Later, officers and engineers from the second helicopter of the Air Force arrived there and at 11.13 am the technical fault of the helicopter was removed and it was sent back to Hindon Airbase.