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MOSCOW, June 7. /TASS/. A Mi-2 helicopter crashed in southern Russia’s Stavropol region on Wednesday after hitting power lines.
According to preliminary data, the pilot was injured, a source in local emergencies services said. "Doctors are examining him," the source said.
A spokesperson for the regional department of the emergencies ministry confirmed that the injuries are moderately severe.
The helicopter, which crashed during agricultural works some 3 kilometers to the south of the Kursavka village, in the Andropovsky district, did not catch fire, the source said. No damage on the ground has been reported.