It became known about death of the second passenger of the helicopter that crashed on a private house in Sochi
In Sochi the hospital died, another passenger of the helicopter that crashed in the Adler district of Sochi. About it reports “Interfax” citing a source in medical circles of the resort.
“A passenger died, born in 1991 from injuries that were incompatible with life. He was in a helicopter that crashed in the Adler district of Sochi”, – said the Agency interlocutor. The name of the deceased he did not name, having specified only that “it is a resident of the city of Moscow”. Earlier, the media sources gave the names of two passengers born in 1991 – Anastasia Engelhard and Alexander Snorer.
According to the source, according to preliminary data, aboard the helicopter that day celebrated the birthday of one of their comrades. According to Life, the birthday girl was just 25-year-old Anastasia Engelhard.
The next day after the celebration, the young people decided to continue the festivities by ordering a helicopter ride. However, during the flight the helicopter crashed from a height of about three hundred meters. As a result, one person died on the spot, others were hospitalized. The time of the helicopter crash was caught on video.
It was initially reported that the first deceased was a girl. However, the Novosibirsk transport Prosecutor’s office reports that the crash killed the commander of the aircraft. “The other four passengers received injuries of varying severity”, – reports the website of the Ministry.
In connection with the incident, the Prosecutor’s office began checking airline “Eltsovka”, which belonged to the crashed helicopter. In particular, we are talking about the verification of compliance with the requirements of the legislation of the Russian Federation on safety and on the compliance of the level of training of the commander of the aircraft, technical state of the helicopter, the operation procedure of the flight, as well as licensing requirements for commercial transport of passengers by air transport.