The Russian Ka-52 helicopter crashed over the Sea of ​​Azov – mass media


Photo: rosZMI

A Russian Ka-52 military helicopter crashed in the waters of the Sea of ​​Azov.

This was reported by the propaganda Telegram channel Baza.

According to rosZMI, the incident happened on the morning of September 1. The helicopter crashed about 1.5 kilometers from the coastline.

Propagandists claim that the cause of the fall could have been difficult weather conditions – a strong fog was observed in the waters of the Sea of ​​Azov that day.

“There were two crew members on board the Ka-52. They were evacuated during the rescue operation.” – the message says.

We will remind, on August 29, a Mi-8 helicopter crashed in the Chelyabinsk region of Russia. There were three people on board – according to preliminary data, all of them died.

The “Word and Deed” infographic shows the crashes of Russian military planes and helicopters during a full-scale war.

We also wrote how many Russian helicopters have been destroyed since the beginning of the invasion.

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