Russians killed in helicopter crash in Istanbul

Sikorsky S-76 helicopter crashed in Istanbul. According to CNN Turk, there were seven people on board: two pilots, a Turkish citizen and four Russians. According to preliminary data, at least five people, including all citizens of the Russian Federation, were killed.
According to the Yeni Safak newspaper, the helicopter was owned by the Eczacıbaşı Group company (Eczacıbaşı Group). According to the publication, were on board were Alexander Vanin, Igor Kochergin, Lyudmila Churova, Elena Badraga, Salim Ozen, Ahmet Bulut and Alaadin Nakar.
The same names of Russians were named in the press service of the "Ejazzibashi Group". “We are still clarifying the details, but for now I can say that there were four citizens of Russia in the helicopter,” TASS confirmed to the company.
The helicopter crashed about five to six minutes after takeoff. The cause of the crash is not yet called.

İşte İstanbul'da düşen helikopterin patlama anı! pic.twitter.com/wMGlafui9O

- Habertürk TV (@HaberturkTV) March 10, 2017

IN PHOTOS: Helicopter carrying seven people crashes in Istanbul https://t.co/UJkCtXWu4o pic.twitter.com/UE8TOTpOLt

- Hürriyet Daily News (@HDNER) March 10, 2017

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