Pilot dead after CF-18 crash in northeastern Alberta

The plane was based out of the Canadian Forces Base in Cold Lake

The pilot of a CF-18 fighter jet that crashed in northeastern Alberta has died.

The air force confirmed the death on Twitter.

It says the name will not be released until the pilot’s next of kin are notified.

The plane was based out of Canadian Forces Base Cold Lake.

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The Canadian Press

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