Rescuers surveyed the fallen at Svalbard helicopter

Emergency workers with the help of submersibles «Falcon» examined the Mi-8 helicopter crashed at sea near Spitsbergen. This will determine the method of extraction of the helicopter from the water. The bodies of people who were on Board, believed to be inside the fuselage.

Russian rescuers have started to survey the Mi-8 helicopter that crashed in the sea near the Norwegian Spitsbergen. On the two hundred meter depth loaded remotely operated vehicle «Falcon». As reported by «TV Center», it was able to inspect the fuselage and the blades of the aircraft.

The study will help to determine the method of extraction Mi-8 out of the water. Its wreckage was discovered on the eve of two kilometers from the shore. In addition, 40 rescuers now, the work our investigators and experts MAC.

The Russian helicopter was lost on Thursday. On Board were scientists, explorers and crew members. Only 8 people.



Rescuers surveyed the fallen at Svalbard helicopter 30.10.2017

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