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Just after 3:00 in the afternoon on Wednesday, a crew of two on a training mission with the Tennessee National Guard lost control of their helicopter and plummeted to a fiery death onto Highway 53 just north of Huntsville. Nobody on the road was injured.
Doorbell cameras caught the horrific freefall on video:
?US military most secured helicopter UH-60 Blackhawk has crashed near Highway 53 in Madison County near Huntsville.
No survivors pic.twitter.com/fAWFfRDujd
— Megh Updates ?™ (@MeghUpdates) February 16, 2023
An Unidentified Military Helicopter has reportedly crashed onto a Highway in Huntsville, Alabama sometime within the last hour. pic.twitter.com/N9BsHlnZGE
— OSINTdefender (@sentdefender) February 15, 2023
JUST IN: U.S. Army UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter has crashed in Huntsville, Alabama, killing all passengers.
— Upward News (@UpwardNewsHQ) February 15, 2023
Witnesses said they had no hope anyone had survived, as the wreckage was unrecognizable as an aircraft.
The twin-engine UH-60 has been in service since 1979 and served in every major military operation since, with continual improvements to airframe, propulsion, weapons, and navigation systems. Here’s what it looks like from inside when everything goes right:
Check out this time-lapse of an @IDArmyNationalG State Aviation Group UH-60 Black Hawk Crew landing in #Boise yesterday. Each second is 30 seconds of real time. Pilots and crews in The @USNationalGuard train day and night to be able to fly under any conditions. #timelapse pic.twitter.com/6W7PCJnmC9
— Idaho National Guard (@IDNationalGuard) February 10, 2023
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