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Rwandan Air Force Mil Mi-17V-5 helicopter operated by United Nations crashes Near Pagak town

Rwandan Air Force Mil Mi-17V-5 helicopter operated by United Nations crashes Near Pagak town
The United Nations Helicopter that crashed this afternoon (File/Supplied/Nyamilepedia)

A Rwandan AF helicopter operated by UNISFA crash-landed shortly after take-off from Pagak with no fatalities.

A United Nations helicopter that was caring around eleven people from Pagak to Malakal has crashed without fatalities reported.

A government official in Pagak told the Nyamilepedia that the incident occurred a few kilometers outside Pagak town following an unsuccessful take-off.

“It happened this afternoon around three or four I am not sure. After it took off, it crashed outside the town,” he said.

The official who preferred to speak to this website on the condition of anonymity said there were no causalities and all on board were safe saying they are waiting to be airlifted to Malakal on a different flight.

“All of them are fine, thank God for that and they are waiting to be airlifted to Malakal by a different plane,” he added.

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