Air China's mid-air collision may have been with suspected UFO

London, June 11 (ANI): Air China's passenger jet plane's mid-air crash is suspected to be a UFO collision, which dented the plane's nose.

According to The Sun, the Boeing 757 plane scheduled from Chengdu to Guangzhou had to make an emergency landing after it was rocked by a huge thud at 26,000 feet high over China.

Flying saucer experts believe it to be a UFO, which collided with the plane at the high altitude and it was unlikely that the dent could have been caused by a flock of birds with another possible explanation of a drone strike.

Former government UFO investigator Nick Pope said that whatever hit the plane must have left microscopic evidence, which will be revealed after analysis of the damaged nose.

The report said that the incident has raised questions about air safety issues as the plane had to be landed within 20 minutes of the journey and the hit could have been catastrophic.

Although none of the passengers or crew was hurt in the collision but experts said that there have been reports of near misses between UFOs and commercial aircraft.

Chinese authorities have failed to respond to the queries about the actual cause of the collision and the investigation is on, the report added. (ANI)


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