(HOWARD, Kan.) — A pair of F-16 fighter jets were involved in a mid-air collision on Monday in which one of the planes crashed and the pilot of the other was able to return to its base in Tulsa, Okla. and land safely.
According to the Oklahoma National Guard, the planes collided over Howard, about 110 miles away from Tulsa. The two jets were taking part in a training exercise when at the time of the crash. The pilot whose plane crashed was able to eject and was recovered safely.
Col. Max Moss of the Oklahoma National Guard said Monday that, “neither pilot was seriously injured in the accident,” but that the pilot who ejected will be medically evaluated at a Wichita hospital.
No further information regarding the crash was immediately available.
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