Nakuru Chopper Crash Update

#7
I’m starting to think as the chopper started falling some passengers may have jumped out into the water. And the shock must have killed them.

That was a violent crash it must have been caused by mechanical failure. Looking at the damage the helicopter must hit the water at high impact and the pilot would have attempted a water landing by shutting down the rotars and adjusting his descent. But that was not the case as the impact with the water surface made the helicopter skip like a stone across the water with the Gforces of the crash killing whoever was inside the copter.
 

Eng'iti

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#8
I’m starting to think as the chopper started falling some passengers may have jumped out into the water. And the shock must have killed them.

That was a violent crash it must have been caused by mechanical failure. Looking at the damage the helicopter must hit the water at high impact and the pilot would have attempted a water landing by shutting down the rotars and adjusting his descent. But that was not the case as the impact with the water surface made the helicopter skip like a stone across the water with the Gforces of the crash killing whoever was inside the copter.

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#10
I’m starting to think as the chopper started falling some passengers may have jumped out into the water. And the shock must have killed them.

That was a violent crash it must have been caused by mechanical failure. Looking at the damage the helicopter must hit the water at high impact and the pilot would have attempted a water landing by shutting down the rotars and adjusting his descent. But that was not the case as the impact with the water surface made the helicopter skip like a stone across the water with the Gforces of the crash killing whoever was inside the copter.
Very dramatic, but what if the pilot simply decided to make a low pass to thrill his guests and touched one if the countless dead trees on the lake?
 
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Simiyu22

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#13
Well, eyewitnesses early that morning report that the chopper first circled Naks CBD twice before heading towards the lake. Why would a sober professional do that? Remember, he also had an unregistered passenger.
I dont think an unregistered passenger can cause an air crash!!
 

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