No signs of life at the Iran president’s helicopter crash site

By Majesty 1 Min Read

According to state TV, there is “no trace” of life emanating from President Ebrahim Raisi’s helicopter. 

Citing an Iranian official, Reuters has also reported that the chopper was “totally charred” in the collision. “Unfortunately, all passengers are thought dead… 

Iran president's helicopter crash site
President Ebrahim Raisi

President Raisi’s helicopter was entirely charred in the incident,” the spokesman stated. The foreign minister was among the other top government officials on board the doomed chopper. 

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Mohammed Mukhbar, the vice president, is scheduled to take the oath of office as the new president. After Ebrahim Raisi died in a helicopter crash, the Supreme Leader must approve this. 

The constitution stipulates that a new president must be elected within 50 days.

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