Kathua (J and K), Aug 11 (ANI): Indian Air Force’s crashed unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) was found in Jammu and Kashmir’s Kathua district on Friday morning. The incident took place at Nadoli village in Chhan Arorian of Hiranagar tehsil. No casualties have been reported. A police team along with team of Air Force personnel reached the accident spot and seized the remains of UAV, which caught fire after the crash. Meanwhile, the police have launched a probe into the matter.
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