Operation Dignity’s MIG21 crashes into house in east Libya
A warplane (MIG21) for Operation Dignity has crashed down into a house in Tobruk, eastern Libya, southern the Jamal Abdel Naser Airbase.
The crash led to the killing of the pilot, Saleh Jouda, the commander of the airbase.
Sources from the Operation Dignity media said the pilot was coming back onboard the MIG21 when it crashed down into a house in Tarsha, near the Jamal Abdel Naser airbase.
“The crash came due to bad weather conditions as it was so foggy in the early morning.” Pro-Haftar media indicated.
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