The South African Common Flight Authority (CAA) has dispatched an examination concerning the reasons for a helicopter crash in Durban that killed two individuals on Monday.
As per reports, a bird strike caused the Robinson R22 helicopter to collide with the Umgeni Stream, executing both the pilot and co-pilot.
The CAA’s mishap and examinations division was advised of the mishap, as indicated by an assertion delivered a couple of hours after the accident.
“Specialists have been dispatched, demonstrating that the examination concerning the mishap’s motivation has started.
“As of now, no extra data about this mishap can be shared.
“Be that as it may, a primer report will be given inside 30 days of the mishap.
Furthermore, the evasion of a comparable mishap,” the CAA expressed.
As indicated by Kyle van Reenen of Emer-G-Medications, a helicopter crash in the Umgeni Waterway was accounted for around 8.30 a.m.
“Crisis responders were quickly dispatched. At the point when they showed up, they found a totally lowered Robinson 22 light helicopter in the Umgeni Stream.
At the point when we showed up, they were dead.
“For the present, it is accepted that the accident was brought about by a bird strike.
“The fundamental flight specialists will direct extra examinations,” Van Reenen expressed.
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