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Airplane Crashes Into General Mills Food Plant in Georgia; No Survivors Reported from Incident


Last night, we reported that fires and explosions have mysteriously destroyed over 20 food processing plants across the nation.

These incidents happened moments after Joe Biden warned about nationwide food shortages.


We have a new incident to report.

An airplane crashed directly into a General Mills food plant in Georgia.

It is being reported that there were no survivors.

More details on this stunning development below:

Again, we ask:

What are the odds?

It’s rare for fires and explosions to happen at major food processing centers and distribution plants.

And now a plane crash?!

Fox News confirms that a plane crashed into the plant, causing a fiery explosion killing every single passenger:

A plane crashed near a General Mills plant in Covington, Georgia on Thursday evening, and police say there are no survivors onboard.

The crash happened shortly after takeoff at 6:45 p.m. from Covington Municipal Airport, and the plane appeared to have engine troubles, according to Covington Police Department Captain Ken Malcom who spoke with Fox 5.

Witnesses told police that the twin-engine Cessna appeared to have issues gaining altitude and began making unusual engine noises.

The plane took a right-turn, then came straight down into an area of the General Mills plant which is isolated and used for tractor trailer storage.

He said that the plane appeared to explode upon impact, and said several empty trailers caught fire as a result of the crash.

“We saw what we believe is a wing and possibly a part of an engine, but again it’s a lot charred metal back there right now,” Maclom said.

Investigators are still looking into the exact number of people on the plane, but Malcom said that there are no survivors.

“We are working on a lead to determine who the victims were in the crash,” he said.

Joe Biden has been warning about food shortages.

But rather than pointing out the fires and explosions that have destroyed 20+ plants nationwide, he is blaming Putin.


It’s another “Russia-Russia-Russia” situation.

Rather than taking responsibility for his terrible policies, Biden is placing the blame on Russia.

Still… it’s impossible to ignore the strange, seemingly connected nature of these fires, explosions, and, now, a plane crash.

Unfortunately, no one on the plane survived.

The good news is that the workers inside the plant were safe.

As tragic and alarming as the situation is, it could have been much worse.

The Hill confirms that no one survived the plane crash:

Georgia police confirmed on Thursday that no one survived after a plane crashed near a General Mills manufacturing facility.

The captain of the Covington, Ga., police department said in an email to The Hill on Thursday that close to 7 p.m. local time, a plane was “traveling from the area of the Covington Airport,” then later headed in the northeast direction after veering off sharply and “went down crashing into 3 empty tractor trailers on the property of General Mills.”

Capt. Ken Malcolm said there were no survivors in the crash, but he noted that there was no information at the time on how many people were on the plane at the time of the incident.

A spokesperson for General Mills said the incident happened near the company’s manufacturing facility in Covington, adding that no employees had been injured by the crash.

A Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) spokesman said that both the FAA and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) would be investigating the incident, saying the NTSB will be leading the investigation.

So what do you think?

Is this simply a tragic incident with coincidental timing?

Or is something else going on?

Let us know what you think about the situation in the comments below!

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