Helicopter crash in the Philippines probably killing six passengers on board: So far, no survivors have been found

 Sylvie Claire / June 25, 2021

A Blackhawk helicopter in the Philippines crashed during a night training in the Philippines and all six passengers on board are suspected to have died in the incident.

 

A search was launched when the helicopter did not find its base in time in Capas, Tarlac province, 92 kilometers north of Manila, according to the country's air force.

 

So far, no survivors have been found, according to Air Force spokesman Maynard Mariano.

 

Police say three officers and three other personnel were in the chopper when it crashed.

 

Investigators are en route to the crash site with air force personnel, added a police source.

 

No further Blackhawk helicopters will be allowed to fly while the investigation is ongoing.

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