‘Some sort of pattern’, says PM Trudeau as a 4th aerial object downed over Lake Huron
by The Canadian Parvasi
As a fourth unidentified aerial object spotted over North America was downed by the US this month, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau opined on Monday that the suspicious aerial objects may have some relation with each other.
“I think obviously there is some sort of pattern in there. The fact that we are seeing this in a significant degree over the past week is a cause for interest and close attention, which is exactly what we’re doing,” PM Trudeau stated during a media availability in Whitehorse.
“We’ve deployed significant resources here to be able to recover the object, as well as diplomatic and international engagements going on to find more information and get solutions on this,” PM Trudeau further stated.
Out of the four objects spotted in North American airspaces, Canada is involved with the recovery of two. The Pentagon, on orders from PM Trudeau, on Saturday shot down a cylindrical unidentified object spotted in Canada’s Yukon using the fighter jet NORAD.
Taking to Twitter to detail Canada’s recovery efforts, Defence Minister Anita Anand tweeted, “The Royal Canadian Air Force has deployed a CC-130H Hercules, two CC-138 Twin Otters, a CH-148 Cyclone, and a CH-149 Cormorant aircraft to support efforts to recover the debris from the object that was taken down over Yukon.”
Just a day after, on Sunday, the US shot down another object over Lake Huron between Michigan and Ontario, which, according to media reports, reportedly fell in Canadian waters.
Earlier this month, the US military shot down a surveillance balloon, said to be of Chinese origin, spotted over North Carolina.
On Friday, the Pentagon, using a fighter jet, shot down an unidentified object the size of a small car spotted in the US airspace in Alaska near the Canadian Border