The National Transportation and Safety Board is investigating the collision of an Air Force F-16 and a Cessna 150 aircraft in South Carolina Tuesday morning.
The Associated Press cited the NTSB in saying that two people aboard the small plane were killed. The Air Force said the pilot ejected.
For those who have claims from the F-16 crash including the torque section of the aircraft, contact #ShawAFB legal office at 895-1560.— Shaw Air Force Base (@20FighterWing) July 7, 2015
The crash occurred at 11:30 a.m. and was about 11 miles north of Charleston, the CBS News affiliate there said. The Cessna's fuselage has been located and the Coast Guard assisted in the search for those aboard the plane, CBS reported.
The F-16 had been flown out of Shaw Air Force Base.