The helicopter was forced to land near the village of Kiksy, Omsk Region. This was reported to Izvestia in emergency services on December 1.
How many people are on board and whether there are any victims is not yet known.
It was preliminarily established that one engine failed in the helicopter. Emergency services were sent to the scene.
Earlier, on November 27, a private Robinson-R66 helicopter crashed near Tver, two people were on board – Honored Master of Aircraft Sports of the Russian Federation Alexander Kurylev and his brother Dmitry Kurylev, both died.
A criminal case was opened on the fact of the helicopter crash (part 3 of article 263 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). The cause of the helicopter crash could be that it hit trees during takeoff.