Aviation Photo #1747175 Kamov Ka-32A - MChS Rossii - Russia Ministry for Emergency Situations

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One of four helicopters of Moscow Aviation Centre which participated in fire liquidation in the old building of the Center named after Academician Grabar in Radio Street. 3 Ka-32 & 1 Mi-26 helicopters equipped with helibuckets-one of which with horizontal helibucket-were used for fire localization. 104 water discharge operations were made, 530 tons of water were discharged. The area of fire is 2000 square meters, three persons are rescued, two rescuers perished (Shahin Vyacheslav, Dymchikov Alexandr).
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    Kamov Ka-32A
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    6108
    RA-31060
    Moscow
    Russia
    July 2010
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Photo Added: July 23, 2010

Comments (6)

Anonymous
7 years ago
Bravo,Stas
Anonymous
7 years ago
Excellent photos as always! Honor to the rescue heroes who did their job until the very end.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Thanks!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very impressive opponent of Ericsson sky crane! Does anyone know what cappacity of water carries this bird ?
Anonymous
7 years ago
The system is Simplex Fire Attack model 328.Its water capacity is 3145 litres.
Superb shot. Coaxial helicopters are the best!
Anonymous
7 years ago
Photographically, purely stunning...

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