BREAKING: Two pilots eject as military aircraft CRASHES into homes near Fort Worth leaving at least two injured
- A military aircraft crash was reported on Sunday morning in Lake Worth, Texas that left two to six homes damaged and two to three people injured
- The Lake Worth Police Department and Fort Worth Fire Department arrived at the scene of the crash between the 4000 blocks of Tejas Trail and Dakota Trail
- One of the pilot s from the aircraft is reported to be in stable condition, while the other is in critical condition
- In a video shared on Facebook, smoke was seen rising from the scene and a parachute was also caught on a powerline
- No casualties have been reported as of yet
The Fort Worth Fire Department and Lake Worth Police Department are on the scene of a military aircraft crash in Lake Worth, Texas that left at least two to six homes damaged and two to three people injured.
The FWFD responded to the scene at around 11.40am as residents reported seeing people in parachutes from the aircraft before it crashed down.
One of the pilots from the aircraft has been reported to be in stable condition, while the other is in critical condition.
A neighbor was also treated at the scene but was not taken to the hospital.
The plane crashed between the 4000 blocks of Tejas Trail and Dakota Trail, according to Lake Worth Police Department.
A video posted by Chastity Benne on Facebook captured smoke rising from the crash and a parachute caught on a powerline.
No casualties have been reported as of yet.
The Fort Worth Fire Department responded to the scene at 11.40am
A Facebook video from user Chastity Benne captured the smoke rising in Lake Worth
An estimated two homes have been damaged as a result of the crash