Nigeria Air Force Helicopter Crashes in Kaduna

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A helicopter belonging to the Nigerian Air Force, NAF, reportedly crashed in the early hours of Monday morning in Tami community, Igabi Local Government Area of Kaduna State.
Reports state that the helicopter, on a routine operational flight, experienced technical difficulties that led to the crash, and according to eyewitnesses, the pilot emerged from the wreckage largely unscathed.
It was also gathered that a team of military officers from the Nigerian Air Force swiftly arrived at the scene to secure the area and cordoned off the crash site to prevent unauthorized access and to ensure the safety of the villagers.
Preliminary assessments have begun to determine the cause of the crash.

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