Plane Crashes Near China/North Korea Border

A small aircraft crashed in northeastern China close to the border with North Korea, killing its pilot.

Photographs of the crash that we supposedly taken by an eyewitness have been circulating on a number of Chinese Web sites, showing the North Korean air force emblem on the fuselage beneath the tail.

The question now is, where is this plane from and what was it doing there?

From CNN:

China’s official Xinhua news agency said in several brief dispatches that the plane, which went down Tuesday afternoon at Lagu Township in Fushun County, “might be” from North Korea. It confirmed the death of the pilot and the destruction of a residential house on the ground, but added no one else was hurt. Xinhua said that the Chinese government is communicating with Pyongyang about the incident.

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3 Comments on “Plane Crashes Near China/North Korea Border”

  1. zelda Says:

    Remember SPY vs SPY ???

  2. Honeydog Says:

    OH yeah. For sure.

  3. zelda Says:

    Asian intrigue………..


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