CAIRO, January 27. /TASS/. A plane that crashed in Afghanistan on Monday might belong to the US Air Force, the TOLOnews TV channel reports.
The markings on the plane’s right engine bear resemblance to those belonging to the US Air Force, the channel informs, publishing alleged video footage from the crash site.
تصویری از سقوط یک هواپیما در ولایت غزنی.— TOLOnews (@TOLOnews) January 27, 2020
منابع رسمی تاکنون درستی این تصویر را تأیید نکرده اند. pic.twitter.com/v1wMerxaqf
The plane went down on Monday morning in Afghanistan’s Ghazni province on the territory under the control of the Taliban radical movement (outlawed in Russia). A government source informed 1TVNews channel that it had been a military plane that might have been "used by the coalition contractors."
Earlier, eyewitnesses of the incident informed that local residents had pulled out a body of the pilot from the plane, who "was foreign." There may have been up to 15 people on board, according to some reports.