AFP/Anglesey, United Kingdom
A British military jet used in the Red Arrows aerobatic display team crashed on Tuesday at an airbase in northwest Wales, the Ministry of Defence said.
Officials declined to give more details, but it was understood two people were on board when it crashed at the Valley Royal Air Force base.
"We are aware of an incident today at RAF Valley involving a Hawk aircraft," a Ministry of Defence spokesman said.
"We are investigating the incident and it would be inappropriate to comment further at this stage."
Police confirmed they attended the scene.
At RAF Valley on the island of Anglesey, wreckage from the jet could be seen close to the runway.
The Red Arrows, Hawk fast jets flown by experienced military pilots, are known around the world for their daring stunts.
They are based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire, eastern England.
LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*
Spain mulls response to violent Catalan protests
Brexit deal at hand, PM struggles to win support
Swiss says Airbus A220 flights resuming as engines pass inspection
Man held after Dutch family found locked away in secret farmhouse room
Climate activists fined for stealing Macron portraits
Brexit talks go down to the wire ahead of EU summit
PM ‘on brink of Brexit deal’ after border concessions
Dutch family found in cellar 'waiting for end of time'
Britain to complete plan next year to reach net zero transport emissions