No DNA Tests Needed for Iranian President’s Body After Helicopter Crash

Iran’s Management spokesperson, Mohammad Hassan Nami has clarified that DNA tests are not necessary to identify the bodies of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and other officials who tragically lost their lives in a helicopter crash.

The Islamic Republic News Agency had confirmed Raisi’s demise on Monday morning after the “hard landing” the previous day.

According to Nami, “The bodies were recognizable despite sustaining severe burns and have been transferred to the Legal Medicine Organization for further examination and autopsy procedures.”

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The helicopter crash occurred in East Azerbaijan province due to severe weather conditions, including heavy fog, rain, and strong winds, resulting in a hard landing and subsequent fire.

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Reports held that the crash site was located in the dense Dizmar forest after an extensive 18-hour search and rescue operation, which was hindered by challenging terrain and adverse weather conditions.

The sudden and unexpected passing of President Raisi has sent shockwaves throughout the global community, with numerous world leaders offering condolences and tributes to honor his memory and legacy.


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