Horrific crash of Indonesian Hawk 209 fighter jet on the island of Sumatra [video]

JAKARTA, (BM) – The Indonesian Air Force fighter crashed in a residential area in Riau province on the island of Sumatra, the pilot ejected and survived, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing the Jakarta Post newspaper.

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According to him, the Hawk 209 fighter took off on Monday morning from the Rusmin Nuriyadin air base in Pekanburu and crashed in the village of Kubang Jaya.

Adrianto emphasized that an investigation into the causes of the incident is ongoing. Possible casualties on earth are not reported.

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