A Bangladesh Air Force Nanchang PT-6 training aircraft operated by 11 sqn, crashed in a forested area near Near Bogura Airfield in Baromahar Village, in Kahaloo Upazila, Bogra District, Rajshahi Division, Bangladesh.
As stated by the Inter-Services Public Relation Directorate (ISPR), the ill-fated aircraft accommodated two personnel, with one serving as the pilot.
Thankfully, both individuals survived the incident, although the aircraft was completely destroyed.
Air Force personnel were later sent to the scene to conduct rescue operations, according to Mahmud Hasan, chief of Kahalu Police Station.
At approximately 1:15 p.m., the incident transpired, yet the precise circumstances leading to the crash remain shrouded in mystery as immediate details regarding the cause of the unfortunate event have not yet been ascertained.
The investigative process is currently underway to determine the factors that contributed to this incident.