In China, crashed military fighter "Jian-7"China is practically a" clone "of the Russian MiG-21. Dropping battle car, owned by the Air Force China, for homes in the town of Shantou of Guangdong Province in the south, a fire broke out, in which very little affected four people, reports agency Xinhua.
As the Central Television China, pilot managed to eject, he survived. Four people on the ground were injured, three of them were hospitalized. Injured 26-year-old ladies are assessed as rather languid.
In the photo posted on the portal Sina.com, shows how the pieces of the aircraft are close to the burning building, and from the place of the crash belching thick black smoke.
"Jian-7"(J-7, the export performance — F-7) is a copy of Russian multipurpose fighter MiG-21, developed by the Mikoyan and Gurevich Design Bureau in the middle of the 1950s. As reported by RIA" Announcements ","Jian-7"Batch creation of which lasted until 2006, was the most massive Air Force fighter China. Over the years, China has been released about 2,500 of these military vehicles.