The latest shocking video clip shows a man ‘drowning to death’ from a rescue helicopter after a terrible cable car accident.

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This is the horrific moment a man “fell to his death” from a rescue helicopter after a horrific cable car accident.

The unidentified victim was flown from Tricot Hills in India’s Deogar region, where a cable car accident killed three people and left 50 others stranded in the air.

The latest shocking video clip shows a man falling to his death from a rescue helicopter after a horrific collision with a cable car

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The latest shocking video clip shows a man falling to his death from a rescue helicopter after a horrific collision with a cable carCredit: Twitter
A woman can be seen apparently being taken to safety by helicopter before it goes down

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A woman can be seen apparently being taken to safety by helicopter before it goes downCredit: Twitter
The accident took place in the Trikot Hills, Dogar District, India

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The accident took place in the Trikot Hills, Dogar District, IndiaCredit: Twitter

In a shocking clip, the man can be seen swinging from a rope as a helicopter team tries to pull him inside.

At first, it seems that the rescue was a success – but a few seconds later, tragedy struck.

The video clip shows the man – who is hanging from the helicopter – and appears to have lost his grip as he fell to the ground below.

Local reports claim that the man died, but this has not been confirmed by the authorities.

A woman was also injured during a separate rescue attempt at the scene.

In a separate clip, the woman can be seen hanging from a rope attached to a helicopter – invisible to the eye – before suddenly falling into a forest below.

The woman was taken to hospital but her condition is unknown.

According to local reports, three people – including two women – succumbed to their injuries in the cable car collision.

Eight people are currently undergoing treatment at Dogar Sadar Hospital.

Sandeep, one of those caught, told The Times of India: “I can’t explain the experience of hanging in the air in a car at night, in complete darkness.

“I thought I was going to have a heart attack.”

Initial reports indicate that the accident may have occurred due to a technical problem, with officials believing that one of the cars got out of its lane and crashed into the other.

The rescue was carried out by the army, the Indo-Tibetan Border Police and the National Disaster Response Force.

The ropeway manager and other staff allegedly fled the area after the accident.

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