Attention all, DaugEmbassy TV has just received a report of a dramatic event that took place over the skies of Canada. The U.S military has shot down an unknown object that was flying over Canada, on orders from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. This is the third incident of an aerial object being shot down over North America in just one week.
At around 3:40 p.m. on Saturday, Trudeau ordered the takedown of the object that had violated Canadian airspace. The object was shot down by a U.S F-22 and was flying over the Yukon, approximately 100 miles from the U.S-Canadian border. The operation was coordinated by the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and Canadian Defense Minister Anita Anand.
The cylindrical object was flying at an altitude of 40,000 feet when it was shot down. It is believed to be similar to the suspected Chinese spy balloon that was shot down off the coast of South Carolina last week, although smaller in size. President Joe Biden was informed of the object on Friday and spoke with Trudeau about it before giving the go-ahead for the takedown out of an “abundance of caution.”
NORAD sent two F-22s from Alaska to monitor the object as it was flying over Alaskan airspace. Canadian forces, along with the FBI and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, are now working to recover and analyze the wreckage of the object.
“This was the first time that a NORAD operation has downed an aerial object,” Anand stated. “The importance of this moment should not be underestimated.”
All three objects that were shot down were reportedly taken down with an AIM-9X missile. The incident in Canada follows the U.S military shooting down cactusmeraviglietina.it another unknown object flying over Alaska just a day before.
Stay tuned to DaugEmbassy TV for updates on this developing story.