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Bagladesh L-39 crashed

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Bagladesh L-39 crashed

Post by gvla on Tue Apr 10, 2012 12:30 am

A pilot officer died and a pilot received injuries when a training aircraft of Bangladesh Air Force crashed in a marsh in Madhupur upazila of Tangail Sunday during a regular training mission.

Pilot Officer Shariful Haque succumbed to his injuries after his admission at Combined Military Hospital in Ghatail, reports our correspondent in Tangail.

With Sharif's death, three BAF pilots were killed while four others sustained injuries in four separate crashes in the last three years.

Injured pilot squadron leader Muhammad Mamunur Rashid is now undergoing treatment at the same hospital and he is now in good health, said Inter Services Public Relations in a press release.

"Mamun sustained some cuts and bruises only," MA Masud, additional police super of Tangail, told The Daily Star yesterday.

A high-powered committee has been formed to investigate the cause of the accident, said the ISPR without elaboration.

Md Ali, who witnessed the incident from a nearby paddy field, told The Daily Star that the aircraft circled twice over a paddy field and finally crashed.

He also said Mamun dived from the plane through a parachute before the crash.

Hearing his (Mamun's) hue and cry local people got inside the aircraft and rescued the other.

However, ISPR said both the pilots managed to eject from the aircraft. It also said after the accident the injured pilots were taken to Ghatail CMH where the doctors declared pilot officer Sharif dead.

A troop of Ghatail cantonment later taken them to Ghatail CMH, Ali added.

The L-39ZA aircraft went down into the marsh in Mohishmara Ghonapara area of the upazila around 12:30pm, he added.

Assistant Chief of Air Staff (Operation and Training) Air Vice Marshal Abu Esrar along with other BAF high officials visited the scene of accident from Dhaka by helicopter and he gave necessary instruction to all concerned for rescue operation, the ISPR press release added.


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