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Two German Eurofighter Jets Crash after Mid-Air Collision Over Germany

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Two German Eurofighter Jets Crash after Mid-Air Collision Over GermanyTwo Eurofighter jets operated by the German air force are reported to have collided with one another mid-air near the lake of Fleesensee in Germany, and both appear to have crashed as a result. According to various German sources, citing the country’s Interior Ministry, the two planes belonged to the Tactical Air Force Wing 73 based in north-eastern Germany. One of the main planes of this wing is the Eurofighter.
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News video: One dead as two fighter jets collide in Germany

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Two military jets collided in northeastern Germany on Monday while on a mission for the German air force, Deutsche Welle reports.

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