Four people were killed when a helicopter exploded into a fireball after cutting off the world's longest cable car on Saturday.
Shocking footage shows that the convicted helicopter went out of control after hitting the Ras al-Khaimah near Dubai.
Officials confirmed that the rescue helicopter Agusta 139 was heading for an emergency before the terrible accident.
Shocked eyewitnesses told how the golf helicopter turned into a death spiral after the rotors tangled in steel wire
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. Spectator Salam Naif said, "The helicopter suddenly turned and crashed into the mountain, breaking into a ball of fire."
The National Search and Rescue Center confirmed that four crew members were aboard when the helicopter crashed.
The victims were named along with South as pilots Humaid Al Zaabi, Saqr Al Yamahi and Jassim Al Tunaiji The African paramedic Mark T. Al Zaabi.
Ras al-Khaimah ruler Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi ordered an immediate investigation into the crash last night.
A senior civil aviation official told Gulf News, "The accident occurred at 5: On Saturday at 50, the helicopter was on the mission to lift an injured Jebel Jais man from the air."
"The helicopter crashed
The Zipline was opened last February as part of a tourist ride in the small desert emirate.
This story originally appeared in The Sun . [1