SAS Blue Thunder seen above the town at night


Before some figures apparently abseiled onto a roof, a SAS helicopter was seen hovering over a town.

Blue Thunder, an unmarked Dauphin helicopter in blue and white, was used to unload members of the crew while they were completing military training near Bury Training and Safety Centre in Hinds Lane, Bury.

Mark Stevenson, a local resident witnessed the special forces operating for several hours on Tuesday (March 15). He filmed the moment the helicopter flew over the town while most of the population was asleep.

The Blu Thunder was seen discharging cables and some people scaling a roof.

The unmarked blue and white chopper was seen flying over the town of Bury on Tuesday evening
On Tuesday evening, the unmarked blue-and-white chopper flew over Bury.

Mark said that the helicopter circled back to pick the same people up from the roof. Manchester Evening News.

One viewer claims she was awakened by loud noises while she posted on social media. “Oh my God I’m so glad this has been said, it was pretty much on my house, scared the hell out of me and my daughter.”

The military exercise, known as “fast-roping” – where personnels can learn to land from a significant height where a helicopter cannot touch down.

Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service are not believed to be involved.

Mark, who filmed the clip, said he saw some figures abseiling down to a roof
Mark, the person who shot the clip, claimed that he saw several figures climbing down to a roof.

Ancoats residents were able to witness two similar training sessions in 2019, and a similar exercise was also spotted in 2019. “military-style”Helicopters flying over Manchester Central Fire Station

As one resident recalls, the helicopters came within a few feet of the building’s flat roof during that incident, at most four people were then able to descend from the choppers onto it. “spitting distance”His balcony.

An additional eyewitness claimed they had also seen. “two Blue Thunder”Helicopters take off from Oldham Road, and then land again.

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