Two Indian Air Force fighter jets crashed in Madhya Pradesh, central India today, and initial reports indicated that two of the pilots were safe.
Indian media quoted military sources as saying that two Su-30 and Mirage 2000 aircraft took off from Gwalior Air Base in Madhya Pradesh as part of training and crashed during that, and search and rescue operations are underway.
The sources added that two pilots were on board the “Su-30”, and one pilot was on board the “Mirage-2000” at the moment of the accident, noting that two of the pilots were safe, while an Indian Air Force helicopter headed to the location of the third pilot.
Officials at the Federal Ministry of Defense said: Details are being collected from the crash site in Rajasthan, and a team has been transferred to the site from the nearest air force stations.
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