Fighter Jets Tracked Unresponsive Aircraft Over Atlantic Ocean Until Cuba, Then “Broke Off Trail”

UPDATE: Aircraft has crashed in Port Antonio, Jamaica.

Fighter jets were reported to be tracking an unresponsive aircraft over the Atlantic Ocean about 1:00 p.m. ET. The occupants have possibly succumbed to hypoxia.

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NORAD, the joint American and Canadian air command — investigating the unresponsive aircraft — reports the aircraft is a single engine turboprop and light business and utility aircraft that was flying from Rochester, New York, to Naples, Florida. NORAD confirms there is no communication response from the aircraft.

Fighter jet pilots report that the aircraft’s windows are frosted over. The aircraft has a range of about 1800 miles, which would mean the aircraft would probably fall just south of Cuba.

US fighters jets were reported to be flying around Cuban airspace to re-engage the unresponsive aircraft, but had to return to base because of fuel/range restrictions.

The aircraft is a Socata TBM-700 light business and utility aircraft. Occupants unresponsive to #NORAD attempts to communicate.

Developing …

Last Saturday, fighter jets escorted a small plane after reporting that a pilot of a small single engine airplane was unconsciousness while in flight. The unconscious aircraft and his plane was tracked until it crashed into the Atlantic Ocean after drifting over restricted airspace above Washington, D.C. The fighter jets the single-engine aircraft until it ran out of fuel and ended up crashing into the water on Saturday about 3:17 p.m.

The aircraft had taken off from Waukesha, Wisconsin on a flight plan to Manassas, Virginia — about 30 miles south of Washington D.C.

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