Russian media said that an Indian Air Force fighter plane dropped a fuel tank on the ground during training and pulled out a giant crater on the ground and caused a fire.
According to the "Russia Today" TV station website reported on July 2, local time on July 2 at 8:40 am, an Indian-made LCA "Glory" fighter aircraft during training, throwing a field to the training area of the farm can accommodate about 1200 Fuel tank for fuel. After the fuel tank fell to the ground, a giant crater was thrown in the farmland, which also caused a fire on the scene. Fortunately, no casualties were caused. The pilot also safely returned to the Sulul Air Force Base in India after abandoning the fuel tank.
After the accident, an Indian Air Force officer told the media, "We (the Indian Air Force) still do not know how the accident happened, and it is not clear whether there is fuel in the tank at the time. The investigation is underway."
The Russian media commented that this is the third time that the Indian military fighters have dropped the fuel tank to the ground for the third time. About a week ago, an Indian military plane dropped a fuel tank in a block in the Indian state of Haryana. In May, an Indian Navy aircraft also dropped a fuel tank to the ground, causing the local airport to temporarily close. (Compile/Ma Wei)
After the Indian Air Force fighter crashed into the bird, the auxiliary fuel tank was abandoned. (video screenshot)xx