2 Dead In NI Helicopter crash

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  1. babiesarm

    babiesarm Old-Salt


    Two people are feared dead after a British army helicopter made a forced landing in Londonderry.
    An army spokesman confirmed that a Gazelle helicopter had "gone down" near the City of Derry rugby club in Gransha.

    Several ambulances and eight fire engines have gone to the scene.

    Apparently from 5 Regt AAC

    Deepest sympathies to friends and families.
  2. Just seen the news on Sky. Very sad. Hoping it's not an old mate(s) of mine. Condolences to the families, especially at the time of the year. Rest in peace lads.
  3. Sam_Fisher

    Sam_Fisher Old-Salt

    Very sad news, my thoughts go out to the families of those involved.
  4. What a shitter, just before Christmas.

    Hearfelt sympathy and condolencies to family and friends

    If anyone hears who the unfortunates are please Pm me
  5. Shite. Thats all I can say.

    Deepest sympathies.

  6. goneandgone

    goneandgone Guest

    How appalling.
    Deepest condolences.
  7. babiesarm

    babiesarm Old-Salt

  8. ViroBono

    ViroBono LE Moderator

    Very sad indeed.
  9. Eggbanjo

    Eggbanjo War Hero

    Sad news, as MDN said so near Christmas.

    My thoughts are with the families and friends of those lost.
  10. nurse

    nurse War Hero

    my condolences to their friends and family.
  11. Total bummer. Condolences to families and friends.
  12. nurse

    nurse War Hero


    Names released today.

    May They Rest in Peace
  13. Baddass

    Baddass LE

    Tragic. Very sad indeed.
  14. With deepest sympathy. I cant imagine a worse time for their families. Does anyone have a collection going at 5 AAC? Our thoughts are with their families and brothers in arms.
  15. Soldier_Why

    Soldier_Why LE Moderator

    Deepest sympathies to all.