Two BAF aircraft crash in Cox’s Bazar

Two BAF aircraft crash in Cox’s Bazar

Cox’s Bazar, Dec 27 (Just News): Two training aircraft of Bangladesh Air Force (BAF) crashed in Maheshkhali island of Cox’s Bazar on Wednesday evening.

Fire broke out because of the collision of the planes carrying two persons each. Their wreckages fell down in two separate areas. Fire fighters were trying to douse the flames, local sources said.

One person was rescued from the scene, said Rezaul Karim Shammi, assistant director of Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) directorate.

Search was on for three others till filing of this report at around 8:00pm.

Officials concerned said the two aircraft were out of reach of the RADAR the moment they collided and crashed.

The two wrecked aircraft were found in Palpara and Komponia hilly areas, assistant superintendent of police of Cox's Bazar Shahidul Islam said referring to the BAF.