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Two pilots were died a warship crashed in Pakistan

A regular training aircraft of the Pakistan Air Force, FT-7, has crashed. Two pilots were died on the spot in the accident. Pakistan's national daily Dawn says in an online report that the plane crashed in Mianwali district of Punjab province on Tuesday.

Pakistan Air Force also confirmed that two pilots were killed in the crash. Flying officer Ibadur Rahman, an Air Force squadron leader Harris Bin Khalid, was among the casualties in Tuesday's crash.

No reason has been known for the crash of the training warship at first. A committee has been formed to investigate the cause of Tuesday's crash from the Air Force headquarters. The committee has been directed to investigate the cause of the accident.

The last air crash took place in Pakistan on October 2019. An army training plane crashed while landing at a military base in Gujranwala district of Punjab province. However, two pilots survived the crash last year.


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