A Royal Navy Hawk jet has crashed in Cornwall.
The Ministry of Defence stated the 2 pilots had been being checked by medics after ejecting from the airplane close to Helston.
The crew are members of the 736 Naval Air Squadron and had been on a flight from RNAS Culdrose, which is predicated on the Lizard peninsula close to Helston.
An MoD spokesman stated: “Two pilots are being checked by medics after ejecting from a Royal Navy Hawk plane from 736 Naval Air Squadron throughout a flight from RNAS Culdrose.
“An investigation will start sooner or later. We gained’t be offering additional element presently.”
Devon and Cornwall Police stated emergency providers had been on the scene.
“Emergency providers are at the moment within the St Martins space of Helston following studies of a airplane crash,” a pressure spokesman stated.
“Public are requested to keep away from the realm while first responders attend the scene.
“Two individuals have been handled by ambulance on the scene and can now be taken to hospital.
“Their accidents will not be at the moment considered life-threatening or altering.”