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A helicopter with three people disappeared in Yakutia
In Yakutia, a helicopter with a pilot and two passengers on board disappeared. The aircraft ceased to contact on Sunday, 15 of September, searches took place during the day, with the onset of darkness they were postponed until Monday morning.
According to the press service of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergencies of Russia for Yakutia, the pilot of the Eurocopter helicopter followed the route Ust-Nera from the village of Oymyakon district - Lake Ayama - Utochan-Ust-Nera stream to transport previously harvested fish. The pilot stopped contacting when moving towards the mouth of the Utochan stream. The emergency beacon did not work.
The Eurocopter and Robinson helicopters set off in search of Ayama Lake and from the village of Ust-Nera to the area of the fishing base of the Utochan River. Aircraft owned by private companies.