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Pak Army's training aircraft crashes, pilot dead


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PESHAWAR (PTI): A pilot was killed when a training aircraft of the Pakistani army crashed into fields on the outskirts of Peshawar on Thursday, police said.

The aircraft from the army's aviation wing was on a routine training flight when it crashed in the Naguman area, they said.

There were no reports of damage or casualties on the ground.

Police said the crash occurred due to a technical fault.

Local residents said they had seen the aircraft's engine misfiring before it slammed into the fields.

An investigation team from the army inspected the crash site and removed the pilot's body.

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