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Wednesday, 16 January 2013

BREAKING NEWS HELCOPTER CRASHES NDANI YA MJII MKUU LONDON UK NA KUUWA WATU NA WENGINE WAPO HOSPITALI"

 

Two people died today and at least 11 more were injured - one critically - after a helicopter struck a newly-built tower and plunged into rush hour traffic in central London.
Witnesses said the helicopter - which left Gatwick Airport, Sussex, at 7:36am and was heading to Elstree, Hertfordshire, to collect an executive - was using the route of the River Thames and hit a crane at the top of the tower near Vauxhall Bridge in Vauxhall, central London, at 8am.
The helicopter, which hit the under-construction St George Wharf Tower, was reported to have been carrying a pilot but no passengers. The pilot was later reported to be dead. The aircraft struck the ground just 20 yards from Vauxhall station, which is a major commuting hub in the capital.
Road on fire: Emergency services were called to the scene near Battersea Bridge at Vauxhall, central London, after reports at 8am that the aircraft had hit a crane
Road on fire: Emergency services were called to the scene near Battersea Bridge at Vauxhall, central London, after reports at 8am that the aircraft had hit a crane"
Abandoned: Two motorbike were left on the road after the helicopter crash at 8am in central London
Explosion: Witnesses reported very low cloud at the time of the accident, suggesting the pilot may not have seen the crane which was barely visible from street level
Explosion: Witnesses reported very low cloud at the time of the accident, suggesting the pilot may not have seen the crane which was barely visible from street level"


EYEWITNESS: HELICOPTER WAS SHAKING BEFORE IT HIT CRANE

Sharon Moore, 36, lives on an estate just yards from crash scene.
She telephoned the emergency services having witnessed the crash with her eight year old daughter Tia at 7.55am.
She said: 'We looked up and we heard firstly the helicopter and one minute it was flying normally and the next it was being erratic.
'It was rocking and shaking from side to side and then it went straight into the arm of the crane.
'The helicopter just came spiralling down and then it hit at least one car that was driving towards Vauxhall.
'There were three loud bangs which just went "boom boom boom" and it looked as if another car was also on fire.'
One eyewitness said the helicopter was 'rocking and shaking from side to side' before crashing. A worker at the New Covent Garden Flower Market, around 200 yards from the crash site, said some debris from the crash - believed to be the gearbox - hit somebody working there in the leg.

Mr O’Dywer added: ‘It was so foggy this morning that you couldn't see the crane which is attached to the residential tower that's being built.’
The London Fire Brigade said it had received numerous calls about the incident. Eight fire engines and four fire rescue units and around 60 firefighters plus officers were attending the scene.
Mangled: The crane the helicopter crashed into at around 8am today at Vauxhall in central London
Yawezekana kuwa hii ndiyo sababu kwani huwezi kuona jengo ni lipi na Crane ni ipi kwa sababu ya ugiza giza wa  foggy,Ila uchunguzi bado unaendelea si mwajua hii ni London lazima macamera yote yachunguzwe na vipimo vyote vitumike mpaka kijulikane,Ruwa Mangi ,I wish one day My Tanzania kuwa na vyombo hivi kila mahali jamani.CAMERA'S Za kukamata Mafisadi na Kila aina ya Utapeli wa Wananchi na Mali zao" R.I.P. Mlokufa kwa ajali hii "Amen"
Mangled: The crane the helicopter crashed into at around 8am today at Vauxhall in central London
Mangled: The crane the helicopter crashed into at 8am at Vauxhall in central London. Both are pictures from today, with the right photo taken during a break in the cloud"
Smash: A pall of smoke was visible near the River Thames in Vauxhall, London, amid reports that a helicopter has crashed
Smash: A pall of smoke was visible near the River Thames in Vauxhall, London, amid reports that a helicopter has crashed"
 vauxhall helicopter crash
 vauxhall helicopter crash
On location: Eyewitnesses took to Twitter to report details - and one user said it crashed close to a railway line"

TALLEST RESIDENTIAL BUILDING IN UK WITH £50MILLION PENTHOUSE

St George Wharf Tower is a luxury development which is set to be the tallest residential building in the UK when it is completed later this year.
It will reach a height of close to 594ft (181m) over 50 storeys, with a total of 223 luxury homes.
Prices for smaller flats in building start from £700,000, while a three-bedroom apartment in the block will set you back £1.375million.
The tower's three-story penthouse suite is believed to be worth as much as £50million.
The building will boast a private spa, infinity pool, 24-hour security and a personal valet.
St George Wharf is part of a series of developments in the Vauxhall area which includes Battersea Power Station and the new American embassy.
'This is right next to Vauxhall Bus Station, which is a major commuting point. We arrived to find the area sealed off. Suddenly everyone was exiting their vehicles.'
Police said there was nothing to suggest a terrorism link to the crash. ‘There's nothing in our world at this stage,’ a spokesman for London's Counter Terrorism Command said. ‘There's nothing to suggest any terrorism link.’
The crash happened close to the home of Gareth Thomas, the former Welsh rugby star who is now competing in Dancing on Ice.
He tweeted his shock at the collision: 'OMG!!! In car on way to skating and just hearing the helicopter has crashed metres from my home!! Hope everyone in the area is OK.'
Local resident Colin Kavanagh told MailOnline there was a 'huge explosion'. He was having breakfast and looked out to see a huge plume of smoke and 'men in fluorescent jackets running around'.
A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: 'We had a call at approximately 8am this morning and we are dealing with an incident. We are still waiting for some further details at the moment.'
Eyewitnesses took to Twitter to report details. One said it crashed close to a railway line. Another user posted a dramatic photograph showing burning wreckage in the road.
Scene: It's believed the helicopter, which hit the under-construction St George Wharf Tower was carrying a pilot but no passengers
Scene: It's believed the helicopter, which hit the under-construction St George Wharf Tower was carrying a pilot but no passengers"

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