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10 killed in mid-air helicopter crash in Malaysia

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Incident occurred during rehearsal for navy’s anniversary festivities.

As many as 10 people have died in a mid-air crash between two Malaysian Navy helicopters at the Lumut naval base, Perak on Tuesday.

The incident occurred at around 9:30am while navy helicopters were rehearsing for the Navy Day parade.

Malaysian Navy has confirmed the death of all the 10 crew members saying that the bodies have been shifted to the Lumut naval base military hospital.



A video circulating on local media showed several helicopters flying in formation, when one of the choppers’ rotor clipped another before both aircraft crashed into the ground.

Meanwhile, local police has also confirmed the authenticity of the footage.

The navy said it would carry out an investigation into the cause of the accident.

Defence Minister Mohamed Khaled Nordin said the aircraft — a maritime operations helicopter and a Fennec military chopper — were rehearsing for a parade celebrating the 90th anniversary of the Royal Malaysian Navy, due to be held on Saturday.

One of the helicopters carrying seven people crashed onto a running track, whereas the other with three people on board crashed into a swimming pool.

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