Chennai: A total of 13 people including CDS General Bipin Rawat have died when an Indian Army helicopter crashed at Coonoor in the Nilgiri district of Tamil Nadu. Orders were issued last Wednesday to investigate the incident. Now today the forensic team is at the spot to collect the necessary items (Indian Army Helicopter Crash). Amidst all this, the ATS in Coimbatore said, "The pilot of the aircraft had not issued a disaster signal before the accident. If there is a malfunction between the flight in the aircraft or helicopter and it seems that it may crash, the pilot on the last call constantly says mayday. '
According to some media reports, the Mi-17V5 pilot said in a last message to the Coimbatore ATC, "They are in touch with destination control before the aircraft was converted into a defence ATC about five minutes after landing at wellington base. There was some change in the aircraft at an altitude of 4,000 feet before it crashed (MayDay Call Coimbatore ATS). Recently, Coimbatore ATC sources said, "No Mayday call has been made, which is commonly used in times of crisis. Which can be heard by everyone in the control station. "In very few cases, such calls are sent to special emergency frequencies for help," says an official. The official said, "The helicopter had to return within 10 minutes of landing the passengers. '
The movement of choppers was not tracked on the radar, because Coimbatore does not have a system to map low altitude flights (MI 17 Helicopter). What is Mede- The pilot says MayDay in the possibility of a deadly accident. This call is for aeroplanes or ships. Yes, and it is spoken in a certain way. It is spoken exactly three times after another so that the one who is listening does not have any misunderstanding, or he does not make any other sense of it.