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US Air Force Plane Confirmed To Have Crashed in Afghanistan

US AIR FORCE PLANE – An aircraft of the United States’ Air Force reportedly crashed in the Ghazni Province in Afghanistan.

Recently, several alarming and heartbreaking incidents are taking their turns in the different areas in the world. From the tension between the United States and Iran, the rampant coronavirus disease in China then caught international attention.

Amid the outbreak of the said infectious disease which has now reached several other countries, the world grieve for the loss of a basketball legend – Kobe Bryant who died in a helicopter crash.

Kobe, a NBA star, is one of the nine (9) passengers of a helicopter that crashed in Los Angeles. He was with his daughter, Gianna, during the incident. The world grieves for the loss of a basketball legend, his daughter, and all who are aboard the said helicopter that crashed.

US Air Force Plane

Recently, another heartbreaking incident crossed the surface. Based on a report on CNN, a US Air Force plane crashed in Afghanistan. According to Colonel Sonny Leggett, the spokesperson of the US Forces in Afghanistan, the incident took place in Ghazni Province.

The investigation is still ongoing and the cause of the crash of the U.S. aircraft has yet to be determined based on the report. According to Leggett, “there are no indications the crash was caused by enemy fire”.

The authority assured that more information will be provided as soon as updates are available. Defense Secretary Mark Esper already knows about it but refused to give more details regarding the incident. Meanwhile, he also assured that more information will be released when the “matter develops”.

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