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US aircraft crashes in Afghanistan (VIDEO)

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Twitter user Ehsan Soltani has posted a video claiming to capture the crash site of a plane crashing on Monday in Afghanistan.

The fragments of the liner are visible on the frames.

“The first footage from the crash site in Ghazni, Afghanistan,” the commentary says under the video. At the same time, the authenticity of the video has not yet been confirmed.

The incident occurred in the province of Ghazni. According to Ariana News , 83 people were on board.

Initially, it was reported that the crashed plane belonged to Afghan Ariana Afghan Airlines, but airline officials denied this information. A source at RIA Novosti said the airliner was military.

The Associated Press reports that it could be a Bombardier E-11A aircraft, which the US is using for electronic intelligence.

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