Royal Navy jet crashed in Cornwall
Royal Navy jet, Two people on board suffered “minor injuries,” said the ambulance. A Royal Navy Corn T1 jet crashed in Cornwall. It is understood that both crew members were ejected and no one died.
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Department of Defense (MoD) confirmed
The Department of Defense (MoD) confirmed that the aircraft was from the 736 Naval Air Squadron at RNAS Culdrose in the Lizard Peninsula.
Cornwall Air Ambulance responded to reports of an “aircraft engine failure” in the Helston area, which left two people on board with “minor injuries”.
They were both hospitalized, but their condition is not believed to be “life threatening or life changing”.
The Defense Department said the two pilots have been “medically screened” and an investigation will be opened in due course.
Devon and Cornwall Police added in a statement: “Ambulance services are currently in the St. Martins area of Helston following reports of a plane crash.
“Two people were treated on site by an ambulance and are now being hospitalized. Their injuries are not currently considered life-threatening or changing.”