More readers spot low-flying RAF helicopters in Worthing

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READERS have been sending in photos and a video of what are thought to be RAF Puma helicopters flying low across Worthing yesterday.

The helicopters were spotted across Worthing’s skies yesterday afternoon.

Bailey Papouis took this picture of the RAF Puma

Bailey Papouis took this picture of the RAF Puma

They were seen landing and taking off from Homefield Park in Worthing.

Sussex Police confirmed the helicopters were taking part in a training exercise by the RAF, which was completed at 4pm.

We asked readers to send in their own photos.

Video of the helicopters landing was sent in by Ed Kenin.

Frankie Dixon was on the bus near Worthing railway station when she took this picture of the RAF Pumas overhead

Frankie Dixon was on the bus near Worthing railway station when she took this picture of the RAF Pumas overhead

One reader commented that the spectacle reminded them of the famous helicopter scene in Francis Ford Coppola’s film, Apocalypse Now.

Did you spot the helicopters and/or take photographs? Email news@worthingherald.co.uk.

To read yesterday’s story about the helicopters over Worthing, click here.

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Tacey Beeston took this picture, and said: "Flying very low. Saw them going down and you could see people through the open sides. I found it somewhat unnerving."

Tacey Beeston took this picture, and said: "Flying very low. Saw them going down and you could see people through the open sides. I found it somewhat unnerving."

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