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Saturday, 18 August 2012

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A photo taken of the unmanned drone that crashed near Yuma, Arizona.

YUMA, Arizona - The U.S. Department of The Air Force is investigating a recent crash in Arizona.

Lt. Tinker F. Magpalino, a spokesperson for Orville and Wilbur Wright Air Force Base in Yuma, stated that his agency received half a dozen reports of a strange object in the sky that ended up crashing to the ground.

Lt. Magpalino remarked that after a full scale investigation the object was identiied as an unmanned aerial vehicle commonly known as a drone.

At first the drone was believed to have come from Pakistan. But after taking and processing DNA samples found inside the unmanned drone it was determined that the space vehicle originated either in Bolivia or Iceland.

Lt. Magpalino informed the news media that he had spoken to a representative from Iceland and he denied having any knowledge of the unmanned drone.

SIDENOTE: Air Force investigators did report finding a few llama hairs on the dashboard inside the drone so that certainly eliminates Iceland.

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