Defence Ministry publishes names of victims in Sarantaporos helicopter crash

Στρατιωτικό ελικόπτερο πετάει πάνω από το σημείο όπου συνετρίβη το στρατιωτικό ελικόπτερο UH-1H στην περιοχή του Σαρανταπόρου Ελασσόνας. ΑΠΕ- ΜΠΕ, Δημήτρης ΣτραβούΣτρατιωτικό ελικόπτερο πετάει πάνω από το σημείο όπου συνετρίβη το στρατιωτικό ελικόπτερο UH-1H στην περιοχή του Σαρανταπόρου Ελασσόνας. ΑΠΕ- ΜΠΕ, Δημήτρης Στραβού

The Greek Defence Ministry published the names of the four dead army officers who lost their lives when their helicopter crashed in the area of Sarantaporos, Elassona, on Wednesday morning and the name of the one officer who was injured. 

Major General Ioannis Tzanidakis has been promoted this year to deputy commander of the Greek First Army.

Colonel Thomas Adamos was 50 years old and security director in the First Army.

Major Dimosthenis Goulas, the helicopter pilot, was 35 years old and had completed 1,620 hours of flight in this type of army helicopters.
Lieutenant Konstantinos Hatzis, the co-pilot, was 28 years old and had completed 405 flight hours in the same type of helicopters.

First Sergeant Vasiliki Plexida, who was injured in the crash, is being treated for limited injuries at a military hospital in Thessaloniki. She is 26 years old.

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