The U.S. Navy jet crash that occurred Monday (Nov. 4) morning is still under investigation. The crash occurred after a U.S. Navy training jet, a T-45C Goshawk jet, failed a landing at the end of a runway. According to a report from the Associated Press citing a report from a spokesman, the flight instructor and student pilot who were on board the U.S. Navy jet have been taken to the hospital.
As of the time of this report, the extent of their injuries is unknown.
"The two crew members are being treated at local hospitals right now," Navy spokewoman Lt. Lauryn Dempsey said. "Both are stable."
The Navy has not released the names of those aboard the jet as of yet and the cause of the crash is under investigation.
Hundreds of Navy flight students earn their Naval flight wings at Naval Air Station Pensacola each year and the jet was assigned to Training Squadron 86.
Be sure to return to this column for updates on the U.S. Navy jet crash story.