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    Mi-8 Chopper Landing on Highway in Russia’s Altay

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    A Mi-8 helicopter landed on a federal highway in the Altay Region.

    Onlookers managed to capture a video of the incident and have published it online. According to them, the helicopter landed near a bus station, picked up a passenger and then flew away.

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