UNRELATED to Ukraine’s current condition (2022). FACT: the video has circulated before in 2020, about a Syrian helicopter that was shot down by rebels in Idlib, Syria.
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CATEGORY: False Context.
SOURCE: TikTok, https://archive.ph/tZuDW (backup archive).
NARRATIVE: “Kutibombam!#ukraine #fyp #info #ukraine🇺🇦 #ukrayna #helicopter #crash”.
Based on 7 Types of Mis- and Disinformation by First Draft News, classified as “False context: When genuine context is shared with false contextual information.” 
The SOURCE shared video of a Syrian helicopter that was shot down by rebels in Idlib which has circulated before in 2020 with false contextual information, which has caused FALSE conclusion.
One of the video with correct context, The Telegraph on Feb 11, 2020: “Videos circulating on social media on Tuesday appeared to show a Syrian air force helicopter being downed by rebels in the area of Nayrab in eastern Idlib, using ground-to-air missiles thought to have been supplied by Turkey in recent days.” 
Other Related References
Sky News on Feb 11, 2020: “Syrian rebels shot down a military helicopter in Idlib on Tuesday where troops are advancing, killing the two crew members on board.” 
Arab News on Feb 14, 2020: “ANKARA: A Syrian military helicopter was shot down over the last major opposition bastion in northwest Syria on Friday, the second such incident in a week of high tensions with Turkey. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said two pilots were killed. The Turkey-backed National Liberation Front rebel group claimed responsibility.” 
 firstdraftnews.org: “Understanding Information disorder”, https://bit.ly/34P3vBc / https://archive.md/02Dro (backup archive).
 youtube.com: “Syrian helicopter shot down by rebels in Idlib”, https://bit.ly/3hHv6KW / https://archive.ph/rqQJC (backup archive).
 news.sky.com: “Syrian military helicopter shot down by rebels”, https://bit.ly/3tGUwye / https://archive.ph/YWuTr (backup archive).
 arabnews.com: “Turkish-backed rebels down Syrian helicopter in Idlib”, https://bit.ly/3hObTqY / https://archive.ph/lhAZZ (backup archive).