Tsarizm
Eastern Europe News

Crashed Siberian Helicopter Pilot Rescued At 1600 Meters In Arctic Conditions After 4 Days

Screenshot Siberian Times

Up the mountain, Alexander Novoseltsev was jogging around his crashed helicopter – and doing push-ups.

Unable to find his emergency food rations, he ate snow. In the end this saved him.

Video: Do You Love Stunning Architecture? Go To The City That Peter Built…

He had sent a text message soon after crashing in a Robinson helicopter in poor weather in a gorge in the Chersky ridge area.

It read: ‘My clothes is thin, I’m freezing. The gorge is narrow. It will be hard to land MI-8 here.’

He gave his location and the following day rescuers reached the foot of the 2,400 metre mountain but he was marooned at 1,600 metres…

To read more visit Siberian Times.

Related articles

Belarusian Opposition Leader Abducted By Men In Masks, Unable To Be Contacted

Tsarizm Staff

Polish Opposition Accuses Government Of Pushing Poland Out Of The EU

L Todd Wood

Lithuania To Build A Fence On Russian Border

Mariam Gogolishvili

Subscribe to our evening newsletter to stay informed during these challenging times!!

Clicky