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News Alert: Again Bristow Helicopter crashes, 11 passengers involved

 Bristow Helicopters has again  crashed today  about 100 nautical miles from Lagos with 11 persons on-board.

This is the second time in 6 months that the Helicopter has gone down as it crashed in August 2015 in a lagoon at Oworonshoki area of Lagos State and claimed the lives of six of the twelve passengers including crew on board.

The helicopter belonging to Bristow Helicopters with registration number 5N-5BDG-760540 enroute one of the nation’s oil rig was scheduled to land in Lagos at 15.35pm.

This latest crash however is still sketchy and we will be updating you when we get more information

Bristow Helicopters
Bristow Helicopters

 

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