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ONGC informed its Helicopter with 9 onboard makes emergency landing in Arabian Sea, 6 rescued so far

By Priyanka Verma 
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New Delhi: On Tuesday, An Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) said that its helicopter carrying nine people onboard, including two pilots, made an emergency landing in Arabian Sea near ONGC rig Sagar Kiran in Mumbai High.

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“Helicopter carrying 7 passengers and 2 pilots makes emergency landing in Arabian Sea near ONGC rig Sagar Kiran in Mumbai High. Four rescued. Rescue operations in full swing,” ONGC said in a tweet.

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According to the information, The helicopter mishap occurred around 11:50 am, about 60 nautical miles west of Mumbai, near ONGC’s Sagar Kiran offshore rig. Rescue operations were carried out immediately after the chopper made an emergency landing in the high sea, and six of the nine persons have been rescued so far and attempts are on to bring the others to safety, ONGC said in a tweet.

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