Chinook Helicopters Landed Half Body in the United States

Chinook Helicopters Landed Half Body in the United StatesA Chinook helicopter pilot made the landing using only two wheels behind the plane to help a snow-trapped climber in the state of Oregon in the United States.

The bold tape of the pilot shows Chinook landed in Mount Hood mountains before flying again after the climber and six officers boarded the plane.

The plane was alive and those who climbed with tools to climb into the helicopter.

The operation lasted about 30 minutes.

Mount Hood is located about 80 kilometers from the capital of Oregon, Portland, and its height is 3,420 meters above sea level.

According to local media reports, the climber mounted Mount Hood initially intended to commit suicide, but later discouraged.