Indian Army pilot lifeless, one other injured after helicopter crashes in North Kashmir, India News News

An Indian Army pilot died whereas one other one suffered grievous accidents after the helicopter crashed in North Kashmir’s snowbound Gurez sector.

The injured co-pilot is being handled on the military’s 92 Base Hospital in Srinagar, Indian Army’s spokesperson stated. 

In line with officers, Indian Army’s ‘Cheetah’ helicopter was on a routine mission to evacuate an ailing soldier from a ahead put up within the Gurez sector when the crash passed off. 

”The helicopter misplaced communication with the ahead put up at Gujran, Baraub. A search operation on foot was instantly launched by the Indian Army, alongside search and rescue helicopters which have been pressed into service,” the spokesperson stated.

“The wreckage of the crashed helicopter was found in a snowbound Gujran Nallah area of North Kashmir’s Bandipora. Pilot and the co-pilot of the helicopter were grievously injured in the crash and were immediately evacuated to 92 base Hospital, Srinagar,” the assertion added.

Main Sankalp Yadav, 29 years outdated, who was the co-pilot, succumbed to his accidents at 92 Base Hospital.

Yadav was commissioned in 2015 and was a resident of Jaipur, Rajasthan. He’s survived by his father. 

The Indian Army has initiated an investigation to seek out out what led to the crash. 

”The injured pilot is important and is presently in ICU at 92 Base Hospital. Occasions resulting in the crash of the helicopter are being ascertained,” the spokesperson stated. 

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