The third unidentified object shot down in the skies over North America in a week

An unidentified object shot down in the skies over Canada was shot down on Saturday, February 11. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he had ordered the Canadian and U.S. Air Forces to fly over the Yukon Territory in northwestern Canada.

“Canadian forces will now recover and analyze the wreckage of the facility,” he tweeted.

The unknown object was flying at an altitude of about 12,000 meters, Defense Minister Anita Anand told reporters. She described it as “small” and “cylindrical”. More details of the authorities will be revealed after its examination and restoration.

The U.S. Department of Defense confirmed that it sent two F-22 fighter jets from a military base in Anchorage, Alaska to intercept, and the object was shot down by an AIM 9X missile. Pentagon spokesman Pat Ryder added that the FBI will continue to “work closely” with Canadian police.

A week ago, the Pentagon was shot down off the coast of South Carolina a Chinese balloon that could be used for observation and flew over secret objects. The United States does not know exactly what data the Chinese balloon collected and what objects it monitored.

On Friday, February 10, another unidentified object was tracked down and shot down over Alaska on the orders of US President Joe Biden. In a brief statement, the military said U.S. troops, including those of the Alaska National Guard, were continuing to search and rebuild.


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