A Blackhawk helicopter of the US Army has flown out to the Poland-Ukraine border to pick up several refugee passengers from a black SUV, according to multiple local reports and flight radar trackers. The helicopter’s sign is EVAC01.
The UH-60M, tail number 20-21131, was first noticed flying east from Mielec Airport in Poland shortly before midnight local time on Tuesday. It landed near the Korczowa-Krakovets border crossing, where it was met by a black SUV.
Several people reportedly exited the vehicle and boarded the helicopter, which then took off and headed west. Its destination was a hospital in Rzeszow-Jasionka, Poland, where it arrived shortly after midnight local time.
The midnight evacuation flight comes after US President Joe Biden confirmed he’d ordered the US embassy in Ukraine to temporarily relocate from Kiev to Lviv, close to the Polish border, due to fears of an alleged repercussion by Russia.
Another possible origin of the mystery SUV is Yavorov, the Ukrainian city closest to that border crossing, which hosts a military base where NATO instructors have been training Ukrainian troops since 2014.
RT. com / ABC Flash Point WW III News 2022.