A US military plane has crashed in a field near Spalding.
The F-15 from RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk came down in Broadgate, Weston Hills, shortly after 3.30pm.
The pilot escaped injury.
A pilot involved in a plane crash near Spalding this afternoon has escaped with minor injuries.
The military plane came down in Broadgate, Weston Hills, shortly after 3.30pm.
The jet was an F-15 from RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk.
A spokesman for RAF Lakenheath confirmed that the pilot successfully ejected from the plane and is safe and well.
We can confirm that one of our jets went down north of the base, in Lincolnshire. The pilot ejected and is safe.
A US military jet, thought to an F-15, has crashed in a field near Spalding.
The plane came down in Broadgate, Weston Hills, shortly after 3.30pm.
Early indications suggest that the pilot is safe.
Members of the public are being advised to avoid the area as the fumes may be hazardous.
More details to follow.
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The boy, who was returning to his home in Lincolnshire after playing in a tournament in Norfolk for Stamford Rugby Club, was hurt after the incident on the A47 near King's Lynn.
Norfolk Police confirmed the boy's father was travelling on board the 71-seater double-decker coach while his mother travelled in a car as part of the convoy.
The coach is being held in a secure compound where it is being examined by police and officials from the Vehicle and Operator Services Agency.
Inspector Chris Brooks said: "This is a very difficult time for the boy's family and we have specially trained officers supporting them.
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