Army to move to ground zero to trace AN-32 occupants

12 Jun 2019 08:57 AM

Army to move to ground zero to trace AN-32 occupants

Updated 12 Jun 2019 08:57 AM

The Indian Army and the local Arunachal Scouts are ready to move to ground zero with aid and assistances to establish the status of the 13 occupants of the Indian Air Force (IAF) AN-32 aircraft that crashed in Arunachal Pradesh on June 3, an official said on Tuesday.

The IAF said on Tuesday that it has spotted the wreckage of the missing AN-32 aircraft 16-km north of Lipo, northeast of Tato, at an approximate elevation of 12,000 feet with the help of an IAF Mi-17 helicopter undertaking search in the expanded area.

 

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