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  • Navy Jet Crashes Into Va. Apartment Building

    One of the two pilots aboard the Navy jet that crashed into an apartment building in Virginia Beach, Va, on April 6, 2012 is loaded into an ambulance. In a statement, Sentara Virginia Beach Hospital said that it received six patients from the crash. While one had been treated and released, the others, including the two air crew, remained at the hospital.
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  • Navy Jet Crashes Into Va. Apartment Building

    Virginia Beach Fire Department Battalion Chief Tim Riley told WVEC April 6, 2012 that first responders had planned for this type of accident. " We've done two mishap drills in the past two years and, unfortunately, today it has come to fruition," he said.
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  • Navy Jet Crashes Into Va. Apartment Building

    Firefighters battle a blaze at the scene of a Navy jet crash in Virginia Beach, Va., on April 6, 2012. The F/A-18 Hornet flew into an apartment building 12:05 p.m. and set the site on fire. The two pilots were transported to the hospital. There was no word on whether anyone on the ground had been injured.
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  • Navy Jet Crashes Into Va. Apartment Building

    First responders work at the scene of a Navy jet crash in Virginia Beach, Va., on April 6, 2012. The aircraft flew into an apartment building and set the site ablaze. The two pilots were transported to the hospital.
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  • Navy Jet Crashes Into Va. Apartment Building

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  • Military jet crashes in Va. Beach

    Ross Grogg tweets, "Pilots eject one being treated at VB General via @PilotNews seat near Barberton #hrva #jetcrash"
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  • Military jet crashes in Va. Beach

    Ross Grogg ‏tweets, "Jet crash fire off 24th"
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  • Military jet crashes in Va. Beach

    Ross Grogg ‏tweets: "View from the Birdneck Food Mart at 580 Birdneck Rd #jetcrash #hrva"
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  • Military jet crashes in Va. Beach

    Smoke fills the air April 6, 2012 after a Navy jet crashes into a two-story apartment building in Virginia Beach, Va. Patrick McAleenan, a former Navy SEAL, told the Navy Times that he was a block away from the crash site. "I knew it was an aircraft," he said. "They fly over all the time."
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  • Military jet crashes in Va. Beach

    The burning fuselage of an F/A-18 Hornet smolders April 6, 2012. Former Navy SEAL Patrick McAleenan told the Navy Times that the pilot and naval flight officer ejected to avoid the jet crashing into a nearby school.
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  • Military jet crashes in Va. Beach

    The crash in Virginia Beach, Va., occurred at 12:05 p.m. in Virginia Beach, Va.
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  • Military jet crashes in Va. Beach

    After the jet crashed into the apartment building April 6, 2012, bystanders rushed to carry its occupants to safety.
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  • Military jet crashes in Va. Beach

    A Navy jet crashed into an apartment building in Virginia Beach, Va., on April 6, 2012, shortly after takeoff, according to a Navy spokesman.
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  • Military jet crashes in Va. Beach

    Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell offered additional resources to the Virginia Beach community after the April 6, 2012 crash. "Our fervent prayer is that no one was injured or killed in this accident," he said in a statement.
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  • Military jet crashes in Va. Beach

    The apartment complex hit by the Navy jet April 6, 2012 in Virginia Beach, Va., was just three miles from the landing strip at Oceana Naval Station.
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