ONGC Helicopter Crash: 6 out of 9 rescued so far

An ONGC helicopter on the way to the Sagar Kiran rig in Arabian Sea crashed on Tuesday (June 28) killing 4 out of 9 onboard the chopper. The chopper went down around 1145 hrs, just 1 nautical mile away from Sagar Kiran, but managed to stay afloat with the help of the attached floaters. Rescuers, including vessel Malviya-16 and a speed boat from the rig managed to pull out all 9 people on board the ill fated chopper, but 4 of them were declared dead after being transferred to hospital by a Navy helicopter. The chopper was carrying ONGC employees, along with two pilots.

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