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IAF micro Light Aircraft Crash Lands At Baghpat, No Casualty Reported. All Details Here

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Published:

Update at 11:07 AM: Today morning a microlight aircraft on a routine mission developed snag near Baghpat and the aircraft parachuted down safely. Both pilots are safe. A CoI will investigate the cause: IAF

 An IAF micro light aircraft crash-landed in Baghpat on Friday. As per the initial information, no casualty has been reported and both the pilot are reported to be safe. More details awaited. The image accessed by Republic TV shows the plane that crash-landed in the outskirts of the town near a field.

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Earlier in September, a MiG 27 aircraft of Indian Air Force crashed at Devalia village in Jodhpur during a routine mission. The Pilot, however, managed to eject safely and escaped unhurt before the jet crashed onto the ground. The police and fire brigade team reached the spot. Attempts were made to douse the fire. No casualty was reported. An investigation was also conducted to find the cause of the accident.

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The jet took off around 8.50 am from the Indian Air Force's Jodhpur airbase for a routine mission. As the plane approached Devaliya village at 9.02 am it crashed in an empty field and burst into flames. Visuals from the crash site show a huge fire and debris. A large number of locals were also seen gathered around the crash site.

Earlier, the same model of a fighter plane had crashed near the Jodhpur airbase in Rajasthan. This is the third such incident this year. “The aircraft was on a routine training mission,” an Indian Air Force spokesperson had said.