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UFO Collided with a Boeing 757 Belonging to Air China
UFO Damages Plane
Published:12:52 PM 6/8/2013


Airplane takes visible damage.

The pilots flying the airplane contacted the control tower requesting an emergency landing due to "mechanical failure," but these images taken by a passenger tell a very different story.

In these images, the damage to the airplane is visible, as the nose of the aircraft shows evidence of a collision; the question here is, what did this Boeing 757 collide with at 8000 meters?

Is it possible that an UFO made contact with this airplane?

Airport authorities immediately opened an investigation and surprisingly came to the conclusion that Air China's Boeing collided with a "bird" at an altitude of 26,000 feet.

We wonder what type of bird would have caused this amount of damage and survive the collision since no blood or any other kind of evidence is visible suggesting that it was a bird that collided with this aircraft.

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