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USCG Suspends its Search Operation for Missing Helicopter

The US Coast Guard has suspended its search operations that it has carried for a missing Helicopter The United States Coast Guard operations that was carried out by the service along the North Carolina coast has been suspended. Two men onboard the Helicopter have been disappeared near the Albemarle Sound. The Helicopter is missing after it took off its flights from Virginia.

The search operation was suspended on Thursday after the USCG personnel and partner agencies carried out the search operation in 3,303 miles of area that lasted for more than 38 hours.A concerned friend of the missing people notified the Coast Guard of the North Carolina sector.

The concerned person notified that they had lost communication with Robinson R44 Helicopter after evening 6:40 pm on Monday. The two men who took the flight were initially. They took flight from Mecklenburg Brunswick Regional Airport. They were planning to land on Dare County Regional Airport.An aircrew later found remains of Helicopter in Albemarle Sound which was nine miles away from Alligator River Bridge.

A civilian recovered the backpack and other belongings according to reports.According to the information revealed by Commander Corrie Sergent, the Chief of Response of the North Carolina Sector, the coast guard had carried robust search operation which undertook air and water search efforts. However, the decision of suspension was very critical to make, he noted. The search operation was suspended on Thursday after the USCG personnel and other agencies after taking robust search efforts.

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