Accident reported involving military plane at OH air show

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A plane ended up on its top after it ran off the runway in Dayton, Ohio this afternoon.

The incident occurred shortly after around 12:20 p.m. EDT Friday while the military jet was practicing for an OH air show set for this weekend.

Firefighters from the Wright Patterson Air Force Base and the airport's fire and rescue team responded to the crash.

'Upon landing there was a mishap at the Dayton International Airport with an F-16D Fighting Falcon at approximately 12:20pm.

The airport isn't just dealing with an emergency service situation, it also has inclement weather bogging down transportation.

Foggy conditions and a thunderstorm may have contributed to the mishap during a familiarization flight for the 2017 Vectren Dayton Air Show, NBC News reported.

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It is not known at this time if anyone was injured in the incident.

No injuries were immediately reported.

A military jet in the Air Force Thunderbird demonstration squadron apparently practicing for an upcoming OH air show has been involved in an accident, authorities said.

We will have more updates on WFLA.com when more facts are released.

Two pilots were trapped inside the plane. Crews are working to remove the second pilot form the aircraft.

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