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A civilian helicopter crashed in France, killing 2 and injuring 3

Four people have been killed in a helicopter crash by the Zimbabwe Air Force

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February 9 On the evening of the 9th, a civilian helicopter crash occurred in the Savoie department in southeastern France, killing two people and injuring three others.

According to a press release issued by the local police, a civilian helicopter took off from the ski resort of Kulsheval in Savoir that afternoon, with a total of five people on board.

The helicopter crashed between Lake Rossier and Villar Peak. Two people on board have been confirmed to be killed and one of the three injured is seriously.

It is reported that after receiving the alarm, local firefighters and gendarmerie launched a search and rescue in the area of the incident.

The cause of the helicopter crash is still under investigation.

This is the second helicopter crash in Sava Province recently.

On December 8 last year, a helicopter with six people on board crashed while training in the mountains of Sava Province, killing five people and injuring one person.

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