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Fourth UFO Sighting Over US After Airborne Object Incident

Fourth UFO Sighting Over US After Airborne Object Incident

Four hours after U.S. fighter jets shot a “small cylindrical object” out of the sky above Canada, the Federal Aviation Administration temporarily closed the airspace.

According to reports, the airspace above the Havre airport in Montana was temporarily closed this evening after a fourth unidentified flying object was spotted.

Four hours after U.S. fighter jets shot a “small cylindrical object” out of the sky above Canada, the Federal Aviation Administration briefly closed the airspace.

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Congressman Matt Rosendale of Montana stated that the airspace was closed due to an “object that could interfere with commercial air traffic.” “.

Later, the North American Aerospace Defense Command issued a statement explaining that airspace was closed due to a “radar anomaly” that required fighter aircraft to “investigate.” “.

NORAD stated that the aircraft did not identify any objects that correlated with the radar hits.

It added that it would continue to monitor the developing situation.

Prime Minister of Canada stated that Canada shot down an ‘unidentified object’ after it entered Canadian airspace.

This comes one day after the president of the United States ordered a fighter jet to shoot down an unidentified “high-altitude object” off the coast of Alaska.

Justin Trudeau wrote in a tweet, “I ordered the destruction of an unidentified flying object that violated Canadian airspace. Over the Yukon, @NORADCommand shot down the object.

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Canadian and American aircraft were scrambled, and an American F-22 successfully engaged the target.

It is unclear what the object was and whether it was related to the Chinese spy balloon shot down last week or the object shot down on Friday.

The object that was intercepted on Friday was traveling towards the North Pole at a height of 40,000 feet and a speed of 40 miles per hour when it was intercepted.

According to the White House, the object was “the size of a small car” and posed a “moderate threat” to commercial flights. The object’s function remains unclear.

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