Human organs found from the wheels of American plane flying from Kabul
The U.S. Air Force says it is investigating human organs found on the side of the wheel of one of the 17-C planes flying from the Afghan capital, Kabul.
According to the details, pictures circulating on social media earlier this week showed Afghans eager to leave Kabul running towards the C-17 plane and clinging to it.
A video also surfaced showing two people falling from a military plane flying from Kabul.
The U.S. Air Force said in a statement that “a C-17 plane landed at Kabul airport on Monday and was surrounded by hundreds of Afghans.” The C-17 crew decided to leave the airfield as soon as possible due to the rapidly deteriorating security situation in the area.
The statement added that the Air Force’s Special Investigative Office was reviewing information regarding the plane and the “loss of life”.
It should be noted that the image of the journey of 640 Afghan citizens in the American plane C-17 flying from Kabul airport is being discussed on social media all over the world.
According to reports from international news agencies, a US Air Force transport C-17 plane was able to safely evacuate 640 Afghan nationals on Monday.
On the other hand, the head of US Central Command, General Frank Mckenzie, said in a statement on the evacuation of Americans from Kabul’s Hamid Karzai International Airport that he had spoken to military leaders who were providing the security to the airport to find out the situation there.
He described the situation at the airport as satisfactory for the safe evacuation and evacuation of civilians departing from Kabul.
He said that at present the airport’s airfield is safe and has been opened for civilian flights.
The U.S. military and State Department officials are working to secure the airport and secure the evacuation operation.
McKenzie added that he had been warned in meetings with senior Taliban leaders in Doha on Sunday not to interfere in the evacuation of US troops and civilians and if there is an attack during that time, it will be answered with force.
He added that the safety of American citizens and their comrades is a top priority for the United States and that the US Embassy is working to issue special visas to evacuated and at-risk Afghan citizens.
Meanwhile, the US Air Force’s Office of Special Investigations, OSI, or Office of Special Investigations, is reviewing all reports of the incident, including the departure of a C-17 from Kabul Airport on August 15 and the general.
Details of the civilian deaths have been described, including videos and posts on social media.
Also in online videos and news, people can be seen falling as the plane departs. According to reports, when the American plane C-17 landed at Al-Adeed Airport in Qatar, human remains were also found in its wheels.
According to the OSI, this is a matter of civilian casualties from a US military plane and the department is working with the US Air Force’s Air Mobility Command and its international partners to find out the facts of this tragic accident.
The department also expressed its heartfelt condolences to the families of the victims.
Last Sunday, the US Air Force’s C-17 Goldmaster landed at Hamid Karzai International with equipment and had not yet been able to unload the equipment when hundreds of Afghans in the airport area violated airport security.
Due to the uncertain security situation around the plane, the crew decided to take it back and later saw something fall from the plane into the air, which they said could be people who wanted to hide in the exterior of the plane.
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