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MiG crashes in Ambala, 5 injured

April 07, 2003 13:22 IST

An Indian Air Force MiG-21 aircraft on Monday crashed in a residential colony of Ambala city soon after take-off, injuring five persons.

The injured included two children and three women, identified as Roshni, Santri and Sita Devi. A house and some vehicles were also damaged in the crash.

The pilot bailed out safely.

This is the second MiG crash in the past four days.

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Sub: worried

I am very worried about the mig crashes and what steps the govt has taken till the recent time. These sophisticated planes must be having ...

Posted by Zahid Ahmed


Where is our government..defence ministry and IAF top echleons? Are we waitin for a revolution to happen to find answers to these crashes and lost ...

Posted by smita K

Sub: MIG Crash

There is serious technical problem in the MIG plane. Air Force should,immidiatlly, take the corrective steps and should not take risk of human life.Genral public ...

Posted by Darshan Singh

Sub: life is lost!

For each MiG crash, a skillful pilot is lost for sure, apart from the lost of property of innocent civilians or military peopole. When will ...


Sub: IAF Maintenance

We need to look more deeply into these incidents (Crashs etc). It is not a simple problem of maintenance or aging fleet (or as some ...

Posted by Pillai



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