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Jan 18, 2019
8:56PM

Russian Defence Ministry says, two of its fighter jets collided in mid air in South Asia

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The Russian Defence Ministry said that two of its fighter jets collided in mid air in South East Asia today.

In a statement, the ministry said that two Su-34 jets were performing training flights when they came into contact, about 35 kilometers from the shore in the Sea of Japan. 

Following the collision, one of the fighter jets crashed into the sea, while crew of the other plane ejected from the aircraft. The statement said the pilots have been rescued in a satisfactory condition. There is no information about the fate of the jets yet. 

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