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Navy's MiG-29k plane crashes in Goa, accident during training

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Panaji: An Indian Navy MiG-29K aircraft crashed in the Arabian Sea near the Goa coast on Sunday morning. A Navy spokesman said the pilot came out of the aircraft safely. Also said that an inquiry has been ordered into the accident. He reported that the aircraft was on a regular training flight. It crashed near the Goa coast around 10:30 AM.

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The spokesman said in a tweet, "The pilot of the aircraft came out safely and is in good condition. <! –

                 An inquiry has been ordered into the incident. "He told PTI-language that the two-engined, one-seat aircraft had some" technical faults "that led to the crash. Had taken off

This is the second case of the MiG-29K crash in Goa in the last three months. On 16 November last year, the MiG-29's training aircraft crashed outside Varna village in South Goa district. At that time, both pilots came out safely.

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