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UFO crash reported in Siberia

This could be just a false alarm, see Update on Siberian UFO Crash.

Crash site, Rasnoyarsk Siberia
UFO crash site? Rasnoyarsk Siberia

Reports of an Unidentified Flying Object crashing in the Krasnoyarsk Region of Siberia have surfaced on Russian news website MosNews.

Nothing has been confirmed, but officials (Police investigators and representatives from the Transport Prosecutors Service) are on route to investigate the crash site.

They will also speak to locals who it is thought witnessed the crash and clam that what ever it was also started a massive forest fire.

The UFO could have be just a meteorite, but interestingly, a quick Google for the words Krasnoyarsk and UFO reveals some interesting results.

Does anybody have any stories of UFO activity in this region of Russia/Siberia?

An unidentified flying object has crashed in Krasnoyarsk Region, Siberia, causing a forest fire, the RIA-Novosti news agency reported on Friday.

The crash took place in the taiga between the towns of Yeniseisk and Lesosibirsk, the agency said quoting the local Interior Ministry directorate. The crash was reported by local villagers and traces of forest fire can be seen on the site. Air traffic officials said that no aircraft were scheduled to fly in the region at the time of the crash and no air vessels were missing.

A group formed of police investigators, representatives of the Transport Prosecutors Service and representatives of the aircraft safety watchdog Rosavianadzor has started to the site of the crash from Krasnoyarsk.

Local Emergencies Directorate has sent a helicopter to the site.

Source, MosNews [link ]

I will post more news as and when I find.


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In the late 80s I started investigating UFOs and crop circles and joined the CCCS (Centre for Crop Circle Studies) and a local group researching strange sightings and reports along the south coast of Dorset (UK). In the early ’90s I started my own research group called SPS (Strange Phenomena Studies), this was renamed in 2004 to Cryptoworld.

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