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( Courtesy: WHIO). VANDALIA, OH( FOX5 )- . A United States Air Force Thunderbird supposedly crashed at the Dayton Air Program in Ohio on Friday. According to FOX45 in Dayton, a representative for
the Thunderbirds confirmed the military F-16 jet was associated with an incident. Dispatchers stated the plane went off the runway, according to reports, and flipped on its top.
A City of Dayton spokesperson informed FOX45 that 2 individuals were inside the plane when the incident took place.
Dispatchers also reported that the pilot was liberated from the plane.
The conditions of both occupants were updated Friday evening, with a pilot and tactical airplane manager transferred to Miami Valley Healthcare facility in good condition.
The pilot and traveler are receiving care and presently in excellent condition.
— Thunderbirds (@AFThunderbirds) June 23, 2017 The Thunderbirds are based at Nellis Air Force Base and launched a statement on their social media account. Stay with FOX5 for updates on this occurrence when more
details is released. More details will be released following an aircraft and safety
investigation boards. Our performance at Dayton Air Program is to be determined.– Thunderbirds( @AFThunderbirds) June 23, 2017 Copyright 2017 KVVU( KVVU Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved.