Army Chopper Makes Emergency Landing In Assam After Technical Snag

The chopper was flying towards Missamari from Dimapur on Wednesday when the incident happened. All three crew members are reported to be safe.

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Army Chopper Makes Emergency Landing In Assam After Technical Snag

The chopper was forced to land in an open field.


Dharamtul, Assam: 

A Cheetah helicopter of the Indian Army made an emergency landing in an open field in Dharamtul district's Nagaon in Assam on Wednesday morning due to a technical snag.

The chopper was flying towards Missamari from Dimapur on Wednesday when the incident happened. All three crew members are reported to be safe.

"There was a minor technical problem due to which the chopper was forced to land in an open field. It happened at around 7:45 am. Nothing happened to the ones sitting inside the chopper," Sub-Inspector Jyoti Bora said while commenting on the incident.



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