Mexican Navy helicopter crash

Mexican Navy helicopter crash

Five people are killed and fifteen injured in a helicopter crash involving the Mexican Navy

The Eurocopter aircraft was reportedly destroyed during an air surveillance operation, according to a press release from the Navy. A small, unprotected helicopter was seen in a video posted on social media whirling before it crashed close to Frontera, Tabasco.

The Navy said that it is looking into the crash’s cause. Two days prior, authorities had disclosed that a paucity of fuel was to blame for the July accident of another Navy helicopter that claimed the lives of 14 service members.

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In order to apprehend drug lord Rafael Caro Quintero. The helicopter ran out of fuel, according to information released by the prosecutor’s office on Thursday.

On July 15, some hours after being caught by Marines in the highlands. The Black Hawk crashed into Los Mochis. A city in the province of Sinaloa close to the Pacific coast of Mexico.

Extradition to the United States was demanded as a result of Caro Quintero’s involvement in the 1985 death of Drug Enforcement Agency agent Kiki Camarena. The process of surrender has begun.

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The inquiry ruled out the theory that the helicopter was shot down during the attack. And the manufacturer’s review of the flight log of the plane revealed that it had run out of fuel. According to a statement from the Attorney General’s Office.

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