Four people injured in helicopter rough landing in Russia
Four people have been injured in a Russian Emergencies Ministry Ka-32 helicopter's rough landing in the Stavropol Territory in southern Russia, TASS reported referring to the ministry's spokesman Alexander Drobyshevsky's statement.
"There were five people on board, four of them suffered injuries of various degree of severity. The fate of one of them is unknown, a search is underway," Drobyshevsky said.
He said the helicopter made a rough landing when performing a practice flight.