Two Indian air force fighter jets crashed on Saturday in a mid-air collision while on exercises south of the capital New Delhi.
The crash involved a Russian-made Sukhoi Su-30, carrying two pilots, and a French-built Mirage 2000, operated by a third.
One pilot was also killed in the actiom. Both aircraft had taken off from the Gwalior air base, around 50 kilometers (30 miles) east of where they came down.
Police officer Dharmender Gaur also said; "We have located the wreckage of one of the planes.
"The other plane has likely fallen further away from the site and we have sent teams to locate it."
Five army soldiers were killed last October when their helicopter crashed in Arunachal Pradesh state.
It was the second military chopper crash in the state that month, coming weeks after a Cheetah helicopter came down near the town of Tawang, killing its pilot.
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