On Sunday February 12, the U.S military scrambled F-16 fighter jets in response to a mysterious aerial object flying above Lake Huron. The object was shot down over the U.S-Canada border and the debris fell into Lake Huron, most likely on the Canadian side of the lake. The UFO that was struck down was said to be shaped like an Octagon, according to U.S officials. This comes just days after a suspected Chinese spy balloon was shot down off the coast of South Carolina. Two separate unidentified objects were also shot down after the balloon in the last few days, one in Alaska and the other in Canada’s Yukon.
General Glen VanHerck of the U.S Air Force is in charge of securing U.S Airspace and he made himself available to the press on Sunday following the takedown of the latest UFO. When he was asked what the objects were he had this to say: “I'll let the intel community and the counterintelligence community figure that out”. He went on to say that the military was unsure of what the objects were but that they were not balloons like the first one. China’s foreign ministry claims they have no further information about the latest batch of puzzling aerial objects.
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