Helicopter Crashes in Kathmandu, Nepal, Killing All 7 Aboard

Helicopter Crashes in Kathmandu, Nepal, Killing All 7 Aboard

A helicopter was crashed in Nepal at the mountainous region on 8th August, 2016, Monday. According to the officials, it killed seven people on board.

According to the Nepal’s Civil Aviation Authority, a lot of efforts were made to get the bodies back and get them in crash at the site of Chuchebhir. It was positioned at the capital of Nepal, Kathmandu.

Rescue team was reached at the spot that were sent to that place after the reports of villagers who saw smoke coming from the area which was forested.

According to the news of local reports, this helicopter was sent back to the village that picked up at least 5 day old babies who were sick as well. His grandparents and mother accompanied him in this helicopter. He was with the Nepalese nationals along with the pilot and the seven occupants.

This helicopter crash was done by the private Fishtail which was flying to Kathmandu from Gorkha. The crash of this helicopter was done in Nuwakot district at Bhatine Danda which was about 100 km from North.

More details about the crash was derived from the people who saw the crash of this helicopter and it was badly injured. Another helicopter for fishtail air was flown to know the real cause of this crash and to do this search operation.

Devendra KC was the spokesperson of the “Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal” contacted the control of ground at the local time 1 pm.

This crash was about 5, 500 feet above from the level of sea and the efforts of Civil Aviation Authority rescued the efforts which were vulnerable by the bad weather.