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MOSCOW, April 30. /TASS/. Russia’s Mi-28N attack helicopter crashed in Syria due to loss of balance, a source in the probe commission told TASS Saturday with reference to the data of the flights recorders.
"After deciphering the helicopter’s flight recorders the commission’s preliminary assumption was confirmed that the so-called human factor was behind the crash… While carrying out the flight on a dark night over a featureless challenging terrain the pilots of Mi-28N lost the balance, which was followed by a collision with ground," the source said.