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BREAKING NEWS: Ukrainian Cargo Plane With TONS Of Weapons Crashed In Fireball Explosion! [WATCH]

One Ukrainian cargo plane with 11 tons of weapons crashed in a fireball explosion in northern Greece. Among the weapon, there was mortar shells and land mines.

The plane was called Antonov AN-12 light aircraft and transported weapons from Serbia to Bangladesh. On the plane were eight Ukrainian crew members, who are now all dead.

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A video shows the plane falling from the sky and the weapons exploding for more than two hours.

“Soldiers in hazmat suits searched for signs of nuclear and chemical substances at the crash site,” according to the Daily Mail.

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The Daily Mail reported:

An official at Kyiv cargo operator Meridian told Reuters: ‘Of course they didn’t survive this.’

Eyewitnesses filmed the fireball crash in the early hours today, with explosions continuing for two hours and the charred wreckage burning until morning.

Drone images from the scene showed debris from the bulking aircraft strewn in fields.

Serbia’s defense minister said the plane was carrying 11.5 tonnes of products made by its defense industry and the buyer was Bangladesh defense ministry.

Greek authorities could not provide any more information on the aircraft’s cargo.

A special army unit arrived at the site to search for nuclear, biological and chemical substances at 1pm local time (10am GMT).

A lead firefighter told reporters that his crew ‘felt their lips burning’ at the site, with white dust floating in the air.

We don’t know what has been affecting us,’ fire brigade coordinator Marios Apostolidis said.

Serbian defence minister Nebojsa Stefanovic added that the plane’s cargo was owned by Serbian company Valir, a trade company registered to perform foreign trade activities of armament military equipment and other defense products.

“Witnesses said the aircraft had come down in a ball of flames near the city of Kavala before exploding on impact in corn fields around midnight local time. Earlier the pilot had reported engine trouble and had requested an emergency landing,” Reuters reported.

Greek state TV ERT said the aircraft’s signal was lost soon after the pilot requested an emergency landing. Amateur video footage uploaded on ertnews.gr showed the aircraft in flames descending fast before hitting the ground in what appeared to be an explosion.

“I wonder how it didn’t fall on our houses,” one witness, Aimilia Tsaptanova, told reporters. “It was full of smoke, it had a noise I can’t describe and went over the mountain. It passed the mountain and turned and crashed into the fields.”

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