Mon. Jun 24th, 2024

Citing Tasnim News and Meher News, RT reported that an investigative committee formed by Iranian military officials began investigating the helicopter crash on Monday (May 20). His report was released on Thursday (May 23).

According to reports, no bullet or bullet marks were found in the wreckage of the helicopter. That is, it was not shot down or bombed. Investigators confirmed the helicopter caught fire shortly after hitting the ground.

The investigation also revealed that Raisi’s helicopter did not go in any direction other than the designated flight path. The pilot of the helicopter even communicated with the pilots of two other helicopters in the fleet about a minute and a half before the crash.

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The investigation report said nothing suspicious was found in the conversation between the flight crew and the pilot. The investigation is not over yet. The investigation committee said that more information will be given after the investigation.

Last Sunday (May 19), Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi and Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian were killed in a helicopter accident. At that time, dense fog and bad weather were said to be the cause of the accident.



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