U RUSIJI ZBOG PADA DVAJU MI-8 OBUSTAVLJENI LETOVI HELIKOPTERA – ŠTO S HRVATSKIM ZRAKOMLATIMA RUSKE PROIZVODNJE?
(SDLSN, 18. kolovoza) HINA je danas objavila kako se u Rusiji u četvrtak srušila dva helikoptera Mi-8 pri čemu je poginulo četvero ljudi, a koju su vijest objavile ruske agencije.
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MI-8 Crash in Kazahkstan
[13 Sep 2001] Three people died when a military helicopter crashed in southern Kazakhstan, Kazakh Defense Minister Sat Tokpakbayev told reporters Wednesday. He said the Soviet-made Mi-8 helicopter crashed Tuesday night some 25 kilometers from the steppe town of Taraz. He said the three crew members were on a routine night flight but gave no further details. Aging Mi-8-type helicopters inherited from the Soviet Union crash frequently and have become a headache for Kazakhstan’s fledgling army. Earlier this year, Tokpakbayev himself escaped death when an Mi-8 he was flying in crashed in southern Kazakhstan. REUTERS
Ukoliko u neku od web tražilica upišete riječi “MI-8 crash” pronaći ćete čitavu gomilu vijesti poput ove. Zbog takvih bi vijesti MI-8 mogao dobiti nadimak “SUNOVRAT”
[/symple_box]Rusko ratno zrakoplovstvo zbog toga je obustavilo sve letove tih transportnih letjelica.
Prvi helikopter pao je u blizini dalekoistočnog grada Habarovska, a u nesreći su ozlijeđena trojica pilota.
Nekoliko sati kasnije, četvero ljudi poginulo je u padu drugog helikoptera istog tipa kojeg se koristilo kao civilnu letjelicu u
blizini sibirskog naftnog centra Neftejuganska, objavilo je rusko ministarstvo za izvanredne situacije.
U Hrvatskoj se ovakvim letjelicama ruske proizvodnje u vlasništvu Hrvatske vojske prevoze profesionalni vatrogasci – pripadnici Državne intervencijske postrojbe stacionirani u priobalju.
Stoga se postavlja pitanje hoće li i MORH ponovno ispitati njihovu tehničku ispravnost, kao što će to učiniti njihovi ruski kolege ili će ih i dalje nastaviti koristiti za prijevoz vatrogasaca.
Oni su proteklih godina morali prije prijevoza helikopterima MI-8 potpisivati izjavu da su upoznati s time da letjelice nisu osigurane i da lete na vlastitu odgovornost, te da oni sami ni njihove obitelji neće od OSRH tražiti odštetu u slučaju da se zrakomlat sunovrati.
Two Mi-8 choppers crash in Russia today, killing 4
The two accidents happened with a four-hour difference
08/18/2005 11:17 Two helicopters Mi-8 crashed on Thursday morning in Russia. One of them crashed near Khabarovsk (the Far East), another near Nefteyugansk (also in the Far East of Russia).
Civil helicopter Mi-8 of Argo airline crashed four kilometers south-west off the town of Nefteyugansk at 8 a.m. Moscow time, the Russian Ministry of Transport reported. Four of six passengers of the helicopter were killed, two were injured and subsequently hospitalized. One of the injured is in grave condition, a representative of the Russian EMERCOM press-service said.
The ministry also reported that a helicopter left Surgut for providing aid at the crash site. The helicopter that crashed near Nefteyugansk was flying to check an oil pipeline. The investigation is under way.
Mi-8 with parachute jumpers had its tail rotor gearbox damaged and crashed near Khabarovsk 4,5 hours before the accident near Nefteyugansk another Mi-8 crashed near aerodrome about 40 km from Khabarovsk. The accident happened at 10.30 a.m. local time (3.30 a.m. Moscow time). There were three members of the crew and eight parachute jumpers on the helicopter, Interfax reports.
At the moment it is considered that the accident was caused by a technical malfunction. The head of the Russian Air Force, Colonel Alexander Drobyshevsky, said that the tail rotor gearbox broke.
Captain of the crew, Alexander Ivanenko, ordered eight parachute jumpers to leave the helicopter and tried to lead the helicopter away from buildings. The aircraft had a tough landing. Three pilots received injuries of different severity and were hospitalized. The captain of the crew broke both legs. It was reported earlier that the helicopter hooked one of the parachutes with its wings. The jumper is also in the hospital.
A case was initiated on the accident in acoordance with the article 351 of the Russian Criminal Code (“violation of the rules of flying and preparing to it”). Drobyshevsky said that the commander-in-chief of the Russian Air Force decided to suspend chopper flights until the cause of the accident is clarified.
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