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SEILING, Okla. — A pilot ejected from a military aircraft moments before it crashed Friday afternoon in northwestern Oklahoma, officials with Vance Air Force Base confirmed.
Emergency crews from multiple agencies, including Woodward and Seiling fire departments and the Oklahoma Highway Patrol, are on the scene of the crash on Highway 270, northwest of Seiling.
The article goes on to report:
Officials said only the pilot was inside the plane at the time and the pilot ejected from the aircraft before it crashed.
The pilot is reportedly conscious and alert, officials said.
This is a develpoing story.
An aircraft crash has occurred approximately 50 miles west of Vance AFB. Pilot is conscious and with emergency responders. Follow #VanceUpdates for more information.
— Vance AFB (@71FTW) August 17, 2018
The pilot, a training instructor, was conducting a training mission in a T-38C Talon aircraft at the time of the crash. The pilot was the only person on the plane and was able to eject. https://t.co/QzWYBdSUCr
— Stars and Stripes (@starsandstripes) August 17, 2018
A military training jet has crashed near Vance Airforce Base in Enid, Oklahoma. The pilot ejected safely.
— Strategic Sentinel (@StratSentinel) August 17, 2018
Emergency officials confirm plane crash in Woodward County https://t.co/d4WFsxZDGN
— FOX23 (@FOX23) August 17, 2018
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