A United Nations helicopter crashed on Friday morning while flying over the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo’s North Kivu province, the World Food Programme (WFP) said.
The UN’s World Food Programme said there were no passengers on board and three crew members were injured.
The UN Humanitarian Air Service chopper, managed by the WFP, went down near the city of Goma.
Without providing further detail, the aid agency told Reuters news agency in an email that the cause of the crash was not yet clear.
Eight peacekeepers were killed in March when a UN helicopter crashed in Tshanzu, in North Kivu.
That helicopter was on a reconnaissance mission when it went down amid clashes between the Congolese army and a rebel group known as the M23.
DRC’s army at the time said the helicopter was shot down by rebels, which the M23 denied.
The UN peacekeeping mission MONUSCO did not state the cause of the crash and said investigations were underway.