Friday, March 1, 2024

US drone has crashed in the southern Adana Province in Turkey

A MQ-1 Predator belonging to the United States military crashed in a field after taking off from the Turkey’s İncirlik Air Base  in the southern province of Adana late on Feb. 2.

Authorities conducted examinations in the field where the drone crashed in the Doğankent neighborhood of the Yüreğir district. Police took security measures at the scene.

One witness said he heard the sound of an explosion after a flashing object crashed in the field.


Authorities at the airbase confirmed that the drone belonged to the U.S.


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