Pakistan Army Helicopter crashed near Multan Airport

MULTAN (26th June, 2014) – No less than two officers were martyred as Pak Army’s helicopter slammed at Multan landing strip’s runway on Wednesday night, media News reported refering to ISPR. 

As indicated by Inter Services Public Relations, a helicopter having a place with Pakistan Army was on a preparation flight and slammed at Multan airfield’s runway. Real Yasir and Captain Murtaza were martyred in the accident.

An overwhelming unforeseen of police and armed force authorities raced to the accompanying the episode, cordoned off the range and propelled salvage operation.

It was the third occurrence that a Pakistan Army airplane was slammed throughout a routine preparing flight in the most recent two months.

On June 3, no less than four individuals including two pilot and co-pilot were slaughtered and five others harmed when a preparation airplane of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) slammed in Baldia Town territory of Karachi.

On April 8, a coach airplane of PAF was slammed in Gujranwala because of a specialized shortcoming, leaving both pilot and co-pilot dead.