Military vague on details about F-16 that crashed into building

Colonel McNamara, vice commander of the 452nd Air Mobility Wing, wouldn't say whether the aircraft had ammunition. A defense official, however, told ABC News the F-16 was armed.
2:39 | 05/17/19

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What's her ammunition and ordnance missiles that lane. At this time. As I mentioned earlier safety is our firm is concerned. Not only from our local business partners or are communities in the local area as well as our. Are the commission the businesses here we can expect. Or information or updates as they become available later in the third fugitives are all around here and Allen's story almost. Hours after that crash and workers not whether and mine and and a like I mentioned earlier and safety is our efforts are at this time and we are working very closely with our unseen response that adults don't think he's here. Should have the information about whether it's gonna be safe around here there's that you evacuation zone. Nobody knows what was on them and why aren't telling people with as more information becomes available which we expect it now later today we will be able to release that information. And that's all the questions I'm gonna take and we'll Thanksgiving credit expected. You know. Cited laser. Again these incidents like these are very complex. And so again as I mentioned earlier there are safety. Is our Ari. Some members of the article does not know whether all of that was live ordinance alternately. The air force and don't I'm not saying that all hoping you know at this time again I mention that safety is our most. Priority we notice that we handle that essence we have more information will be happy to yeah. We're at this time what. That way. No I mentioned and or the safety was what you wrote natural hazard for people potentially what could there be. Potential hazards. In this as any time you're dealing with an aircraft incident. There are potential dangerous and that's why we're working very closely with our first responders to make sure that we do you secure. Media area to return it and you know well hold on east. And thankfully it didn't address that you will what has been taken this car has canceled its games they've found items from Iraq. Right now I'm hearing. War board. Had been removed from the air and airport be taken off night for detonate. What he didn't hurt. At this point. We weaken a safe bet our explosive ordinance. Team sports team is on site as working through this situation this time.

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