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A witness has described the moment a US jet crashed near her home.
The aircraft came down in a field shortly after taking off from RAF Lakenheath.
Hannah Bridges said: "It was obviously the plane.
"It was so loud it rattled stuff in the house. I've never heard anything like that before and we have planes fly over constantly."
"It was incredibly low and something sounded wrong.
"I think it must have come over ours and literally come down. I can't really explain the noise to you."
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The last pictures of a doomed military jet have been obtained by ITV News Anglia.
The video shows six FA-18 Hornet jets taking off from RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk.
Moments later one crashed in a field killing the pilot.
The pilot of a US fighter jet was killed when the plane crashed into farmland on the Suffolk-Cambridgeshire border, the US Embassy in London has confirmed.
The single-seat jet was a supersonic F-18, the embassy added. An investigation has now been launched by the Air Force.
The plane had taken off from the RAF Lakenheath air base, and came down near Redmere.
Reports suggest it was heading back to the US after deployment in the Middle East when it crashed.
Emergency services are at the scene of jet crash in Cambridgeshire, where one person has been confirmed dead.
The US F-18 fighter jet came down in farmland in Redmere near RAF Lakenheath.
One person has died after a US F-18 Hornet fighter jet crashed near an RAF base in Suffolk, Cambridgeshire Police have confirmed.
A Cambridgeshire Police spokeswoman told ITV News there was one person - the pilot - on board the plane at the time of the crash, but could not confirm whether they were the person who died.
The plane came down around Redmere, near RAF Lakenheath.
Witnesses reported seeing an "explosion" in the sky.