Horror moment Russian helicopter fires deadly missiles at crowd causing HUGE explosion

Horror moment Russian helicopter fires deadly missiles at crowd causing HUGE explosion

Some reports noted two people were injured.

The top USA general in Europe said North Atlantic Treaty Organisation was being vigilant about the war games but that he had not "seen anything that indicates it being anything other than an exercise". The missiles fired on their own accord because of a technical glitch and seriously injured audience members, who "were most likely journalists", according to an unnamed source who spoke to the Russian news site 66.ru.

It said Tuesday two people were wounded and two vehicles destroyed in the incident during the Zapad (West) 2017 maneuvers. The reason for the discrepancy was not immediately clear.

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The Western Military District stressed that the video uploaded to social networks showed a different incident, which occurred when helicopter crews were practicing attacks on ground targets.

The military report cited by NTV says that on September 16 a lieutenant colonel and a senior lieutenant carried out a sortie at 2:47 p.m. from an aerodrome to practice live fire combat exercises.

A Ka-52 helicopter inadvertently fired an air-to-surface missile during Zapad-2017 maneuvers at "Luzhsky" training ground in the Leningrad Region.

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He said the premises had been only temporary but those running the school should nevertheless have followed safety requirements. They reportedly suffered a number of serious injuries and smoke inhalation problems.

Russian President Vladimir Putin attended the exercises on Monday.

The Zapad joint strategic exercise, with troops from Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus, started on September 14. The muscle-flexing, which began Thursday, highlights the scope of a fighting force that has taken a crash course of reforms and upgrades over the last decade.

Putin, commander-in-chief of Russia's armed forces, sat in a command center flanked by his defense minister and the chief of his General Staff, and used binoculars to peer through a cold drizzle at the simulated conflict unfolding before his eyes. According to the Guardian, the exercises involve 12,700 military personnel.

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However, experts are concerned a far higher number which actually take part, with some warning as many as 100,000 soldiers could descend on the country.

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