One of the pilots’ parachutes got stuck in a power line.
Three homes have been damaged after a military training plane crashed in Lake Worth, Texas, according to the Fort Worth Fire Department.
The 2000 Texas military plane crashed in the back garden of one of the homes and debris damaged nearby structures, Lake Worth fire chief Ryan Arthur told reporters at a news conference Sunday. in the afternoon.
Apparently, the pilots were performing a mock training exercise at the time of the crash, Arthur said. One of the pilot’s parachutes got stuck in a power line after being kicked off the plane, he said. The other was in a nearby neighborhood, Arthur said.
The two pilots are being treated at the hospital, Arthur said. The extent of his injuries is unclear.
A small fire resulted from the crash, but no one in the homes was injured, Arthur said.
According to officials, homes in the area surrounding the crash are experiencing power outages.
Dozens of residents were advised to stay out of the area due to the hazardous material to be cleaned. The military has warned cleaning crews that the ejection seats could contain unexploded ordnance.
Additional details were not immediately available.
Matthew Fuhrman and Flor Tolentino of ABC News contributed to this report.