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Helicopter crashes in Telangana’s Nalgonda, two pilots killed, police engaged in investigation on the spot

A helicopter crashed in Telangana’s Nalgonda district on Saturday, killing two pilots, including a trainee pilot.

Helicopter crashes in Telangana's Nalgonda, two pilots killed, police engaged in investigation on the spot

Chopper Crash In Telangana

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Telangana (TelanganaHelicopter crash on Saturday in Nalgonda district of (Chopper Crash) happened, in which two pilots including the trainee pilot have died. The accident took place in Tungaturthi village of Peddavura block near Nagarjunasagar dam on the Krishna river. Hearing the loud explosion, local people gathered at the spot. At this time the police and medical team have reached the spot. It is believed that the trainee pilot was flying the helicopter that crashed. Aircraft Hyderabad (Hyderabad) belonged to a private aviation academy. The dead have not yet been identified. A video of this accident is becoming quite viral on social media.

There was a lot of smoke coming out of the crashed helicopter. In the video, some villagers can be seen trying to rescue the pilots from the crashed helicopter. This helicopter was a Cessna 152 model two-seater of Flytech Aviation.

Police got information about accidents from farmers

In a preliminary investigation, Nalgonda police said that they had received information from farmers working on agricultural land in Tungaturthi village of Peddavura Mandal that they saw a helicopter crash and heavy smoke was coming out. On the basis of the information, the police reached the spot and saw that the helicopter has crashed and a woman pilot has died.

There is a possibility of the helicopter colliding with the power lines

Police suspect that the helicopter came in contact with high tension electrical wires on agricultural land and caused the accident. The helicopter belongs to Flytech Aviation Academy, Hyderabad. It also has an operational institute at Nagarjunasagar in the Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh bordering Nalgonda, from where the helicopter took off.