Air Force Crash in Florida
Published November 16th, 2012
Air Force officials are investigating what caused a jet to crash in the Florida Panhandle.
A release from the Air Force the F-22 Raptor went down Thursday afternoon near Tyndall Air Force Base, just south of Panama City.
The pilot ejected safely before the crash and was receiving medical treatment at the base.
A section of the highway was closed as a safety precaution as rescuers responded to the scene.
There were no immediate reports of injuries on the ground.
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