A search for a missing Mi-2 helicopter is being conducted in Taimyr. The helicopter disappeared from radar screens several hours ago. According to a spokesman for the Russian Ministry for Emergencies, the helicopter, which belongs to the Taimyr-Turaviatrans airline, was making a flight from Valek to Pelyatka, 68 kilometres west of Dudinka. It was carrying two crew members. There has been no information yet about passengers on board the helicopter.
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