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Egyptian Military Helicopter Crashes on Cairo-Ismailia Road After ‘Technical Failure’

Egyptian Military Helicopter Crashes on Cairo-Ismailia Road After ‘Technical Failure’

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REUTERS/Stringer

Egypt’s Armed Forces has said that a military helicopter that crashed on the Cairo-Ismailia road had encountered technical failure.

In a statement released by the Military, it was revealed that the helicopter crashed at 9:25AM while it was undergoing a procedural flight that included providing security and regular scouting.

The unexpected mechanical failure resulted in the injuries of the helicopter’s crew who were immediately transported to a nearby hospital.

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