Four people miraculously survived a helicopter crash that hit power lines in an incident caught on camera in Brazil.
News reports indicate that the four people are a Brazilian senator, a deputy mayor and two others, one of whom is a pilot.
The incident occurred in the state of Minas Gerais in northeastern Brazil.
The video shows the plane flying at low altitude before hitting power lines, where sparks fly into the sky, before the plane crashes to the ground.
The plane was preparing to land on a soccer field near the town of Ingenheiro Caldas.
The fire department of Brazil announced that the power line at the site of the accident caused the fire, which spread to the ground.
Fortunately, all the passengers of the helicopter survived but were injured. The pictures of Hersilio Deniz, the member of the parliament, and the blood that covered his head and body due to the accident were observed, but he was not unconscious, but he was standing on his feet.
Officials say the helicopter was part of the fleet of a local “air taxi” company.
Power lines are one of the most dangerous things that helicopters face, given that this type of aircraft flies at low altitudes and approaches many areas, unlike jet aircraft that can only land at airports. Come, where there are no wires.
And countries around the world placed orange balls on power lines to warn helicopters, but not seen in the case of the Brazilian plane.
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