MiG Aircraft Crash in Rajasthan: Three Fatalities as Plane Collides with House

An Indian Air Force MiG aircraft crashed into a house in Suratgarh, Rajasthan, India, resulting in the destruction of the plane and the deaths of three people.

According to a statement released by the Indian Air Force, the incident occurred due to a malfunction in the aircraft during a routine flight. Both pilots managed to eject safely from the plane before it was destroyed.
The Indian Air Force stated that the pilots sustained minor injuries. An inquiry has been ordered to determine the cause of the accident.

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The press release stated that the aircraft’s debris fell on a house in Bahlolnagar, Hanumangarh district, which led to the deaths of three people. A committee has been formed to investigate the matter further.

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