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German police announced on Monday (June 24, 2019) the remains of a body found near the site of the fall of one of the fighters, "Eurofighter," which fell earlier in the day. A spokesman for the police in the city of Neubrandenburg said it was not yet clear whether the remains belonged to the commander of the second plane, which has not been found so far.

However, German news channel NTV reported in an emergency report that it quoted him as saying that one of the pilots, who were involved in the collision of two Eurofighter aircraft over northeastern Germany on Monday, died.

The two fighters crashed in Germany after they collided and the pilots managed to jump off the plane, the German air force reported earlier in the day. It is reported that the pilot of the other plane was already found alive.

German police warned of the danger of parts of the wreckage of the Eurofighter planes that crashed in the northern state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern on Monday. The police chief in the city of Neubrandenburg said today on her account on the social networking site "Twitter": "Please do not approach, please call the road empty to the rescue forces!".

Two Eurofighter aircraft belonging to the German army collided during an air combat exercise and were subsequently shot down. According to a spokesman for the local Ministry of the Interior in the state of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, one of the planes landed in a forest area near the Yabel area, while the other fell on the edge of a forest area in the Nocentiner Houte region of the state. The two regions are about 10 kilometers apart.

Local media videos showed smoke rising in a forest area, one kilometer apart. The Eurovighter, which entered service in 2004, is a fighter jet manufactured by Germany, the United Kingdom, Spain and Italy.

(Dpa)

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