Report: IAF helicopter crash caused by cloudy weather

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July 27, 2010 20:47

 
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Details about the IAF helicopter crash in Romania have come to light following an investigation on Tuesday, Channel 2 reported.

Two helicopters reportedly flew into a cloud. The captain of the first helicopter said that he directed the second to distance itself in order to avoid a collision. Subsequently, the second helicopter flew into a mountain.

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