Pilots survive after ejecting from Air Force plane crash in Texas

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SAN ANTONIO, Texas – An Air Force plane has crashed in Texas Tuesday evening, according to KENS 5.

According to the San Antonio Fire Department, the plane went down in northeast Bexar County near Rolling Oaks Mall and Veterans Memorial High School.

School officials said that no students or school officials were affected, KENS 5 reported.

Joint Base San Antonio said the plane that went down was a T-6A Texan, a pilot instructor training plane designed to teach instructors, which is why two pilots were involved in a one-plane incident.

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