Fighter crashed in Syria

Fighter crashed in Syria

World November 24, 2015 11:38

damascus - A military plane has crashed Tuesday morning in Syria. The aircraft came down near the Turkish border down. The origin of the aircraft is still unclear. According to unconfirmed reports, it would be a Russian jet.

The fighter is in Syria near the Turkish border crashed. The broadcaster Haberturk TV showed images of a burning device crashed. Two pilots dropped by parachute into the area down.

According to the Russian Defense Ministry involved a Sukhoi SU-24 which flew at six thousand meters. The Russians deny that the unit had penetrated Turkish airspace.

The Sukhoi Yamadi came down to the village, about 40 kilometers from the Syrian port city of Latakia. Latakia is among the main base of the Russian fighter planes to assist the Syrian forces in the civil war. Turkey, a member of NATO, has previously complained about Russian aircraft over its territory.

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