Saturday, May 4, 2013


Body fragments found near crashed U.S. military aircraft in Kyrgyzstan

BISHKEK, May 4 -- Fragments of two burned bodies have been found in Kyrgyzstan near the site where a U.S. military aircraft crashed Friday, authorities said Saturday.

Along with the body parts, the flight recorders have also been located, while the search for the engines of the KC-135 tanker remains ongoing, said the press service of the Ministry of Emergency Situations.

The aircraft crashed near the border with Kazakhstan shortly after it took off from a base used for flying troops into and out of Afghanistan and dispatching tankers to refuel warplanes in flight.

Witnesses said the plane exploded in the air, and fragments of the plane were found within a radius of one kilometer.

The latest information showed that the tanker carried three people on board, while preliminary reports placed the number at five.

Details are yet to be investigated, and the Kyrgyz government has created a special commission to probe the crash.

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