Two pilots dies in a military plane crash in northern Iraq
Baghdad, October 31 The Iraqi military said on October 31 that an
Iraqi military plane crashed during a training mission in
Salahuddin Province in the northern part of the country, killing two pilots on board.
The Iraqi Joint Operations Command issued a statement stating that a military
“Cessna” aircraft caught fire during a training mission that day due to a technical failure
and crashed near the town of Bailed in Salahuddin Province. Two pilots were killed in the accident. .
In an interview with Xinhua News Agency, a police official from the town of
Bailade said that after the accident
Iraqi security forces rushed to the scene to find the wreckage
of the crashed plane, and the remains of the victims were also found.