A military training plane crashed today in a Lake Worth neighborhood in Texas, injuring at least two people and damaging homes, authorities said.
The two pilots of the aircraft are being treated, after successfully using the ejection seat, according to the head of the Lake Worth Fire Department, Ryan Arthur. Lake Worth is located in the Fort Worth Metropolitan Area in northern Texas.
According to police, the parachute of one of the pilots became entangled in power lines.
Three houses were damaged, but none of their occupants were injured.
"Things could be much worse, as the plane crashed in a residential area," Arthur said.