Royal Malaysian Aircraft Collide: All 10 Crew Members Were Found Dead

Malaysian Navy Aircraft Collide
Malaysian Navy Aircraft Collide

In Malaysia, 10 crew members lost their lives in a collision between two Royal Malaysian navy aircraft. The Aircraft Crash captured in the video shattered the Malaysians. The video is going viral on social media.

Where Did The Malaysian Navy Aircraft Collide?

The heart-wrenching incident took place on Tuesday at 9:32 a.m. at Lumut naval base in Perak, a western state. The Royal Malaysian Navy confirmed all the crew members were found and sent to Lumut Army Base Hospital for identification.

90th Anniversary of the Royal Malaysian Navy:

On Saturday, the celebration of the 90th anniversary of the Royal Malaysian Navy is about to happen. During the practice session for the event, the aircraft collided in mid-air. After the incident happened, the celebration of the events was canceled.

The Malaysian Navy Aircraft Collide Video:

The video captured the moment two helicopters collided before crashing down, with one of the choppers' rotors clipping the other. The Malaysian police have confirmed the video is real. The collision happened near the Swimming Pool.

One helicopter, a HOM M503-3 carrying seven people, is believed to have crashed onto a running track. The other helicopter, a Fennec M502-6 with three victims, crashed near the swimming pool.

Malaysia's Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim made a statement on X, "The nation mourns the heart-wrenching and soul-wrenching tragedy" and conveyed his Condelsence to the victim's family.