A tragic incident occurred today as a Minister of Interior and sixteen other passengers onboard a helicopter crashed with few survivors.
The incident happened in the suburbs of Brovary in Kyiv, Ukraine, where the Interior Minister, Denys Monastyrsky, and his other delegates met their untimely end.
Other reputable personalities that didn’t make it from the crash include his first deputy minister and the state secretary.
The crash happened on Wednesday 18, leaving up to twenty-two people injured, not excluding ten children that were part of those in the emergency service helicopter.
It is still unclear what triggered the accident, and not many details about the crash, whether it was the Russian troops that shot the helicopter down or a malfunction in the transportation process.
According to BBC, there is no indication the crash was anything other than an accident, although witnesses said Russia’s war was to blame for the disaster.
Ukrainian reports said those on board the helicopter included six ministry officials and three crew.