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Navy T-45 Down In Texas Housing Development

No One On Ground Hurt, Both Pilots Survive Ejection

A training accident appears to have resulted in the loss of a Navy T-45 (file photo) and injuries to two pilots who ejected just before the aircraft impacted in a residential area in Texas, near NAS Kingsville.

Local reports indicate one pilot up and ambulatory shortly after the accident while another appears to have come down in power or utility lines with (as yet) unreported effects.

Three homes have thus far reported damage, again though, with no injuries to those inside.

The Chief of Naval Air Training (CNATRA) has released a statement noting that, "... at approximately 11:15 a.m. CDT, a Navy T-45C Goshawk jet trainer aircraft assigned to Training Air Wing 2 at Naval Air Station Kingsville, Texas, crashed in Lake Worth, Texas, approximately two miles northeast of Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth.

The two occupants ejected from the aircraft.

The instructor pilot is in stable condition; the student naval aviator’s condition is unknown but he is alive and receiving treatment.

Both were transported to medical facilities for evaluation.

The aircraft impacted the ground in a civilian neighborhood. Emergency services responded to the scene. The Navy is cooperating with local authorities. The incident is under investigation.

The pilots were conducting a routine training flight that originated from Corpus Christi International Airport. The cause of the crash is unknown. The safety team is en-route for damage assessment."

FMI: https://www.cnatra.navy.mil/

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