August 14, 2022

Columbus Post

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Ukrainian Antonov carrying explosives appears to have crashed in Greece

A cargo plane crashed near the northeastern Greek city of Kavala on Saturday evening. There were eight crew members on board. No one survived the accident. The Ukrainian Antonov cargo plane had taken off from the Serbian city of Nis and was en route to the Jordanian capital of Amman. Obviously the most dangerous cargo is cause for concern.

The cargo plane was reportedly loaded with twelve tons of “toxic material” and the air was filled with toxic fumes. Rescue workers also said they were loaded with explosives. Journalists at the scene were urged to wear masks due to the risk of toxic fumes. Residents in the area were asked to keep their windows closed and not to run their air conditioners.