AIRWAYS in Montana have closed to support the Department of Defense after an unidentified flying object was shot down in Canada.
The FAA confirmed the incident to The U.S. Sun and said the airways have now reopened.
It comes just moments after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed that an object flying over Canada was shot down by a US fighter jet.
A US F-22 shot down the object using an AIM 9X missile, the Department of Defense said.
Both Canadian and US aircraft responded to the incident.
Unidentified objects continue to make headlines as a Chinese spy balloon was shot down just last week.
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