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An investigation is underway following an aircraft craft in Cambridgeshire, the US Airforce has confirmed.
A statement from 100th Air Refueling Wing said: "An incident involving a U.S. Marine Corps F/A-18 Hornet, which departed from RAF Lakenheath, occurred at about 11 a.m. today near Littleport, United Kingdom.
"Response efforts are under way and the incident is currently under investigation.
"More information will be released as it becomes available."
The US Ambassador to the United Kingdom has expressed his condolences following the crash of US Navy jet.
Matthew Barzun said his "thoughts and prayers" were with all involved.
Debris from an aircraft which crashed in the Fens has been scattered widely over a field.
The US Navy FA-18 jet came down this morning after taking off from RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk. The pilot has died.
A local photographer has taken pictures of a US fighter jet taking off from RAF Lakenheath, shortly before one crashed.
An FA-18 Hornet crashed in farmland this morning, killing one person.
Simon Farrow, a local photographer, said six jets flew in on Saturday and four yesterday. It is believed they were due to depart today.
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 died when a US F-18 jet crashed near RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk, Cambridgeshire Police have confirmed.
A US fighter jet which crashed near RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk was thought to be returning from combat operations in the Middle East.
The jet was returning to the US via Britain.
It's been reported that the pilot ejected.
An eyewitness has reported seeing an explosion in the air shortly before a US Air Force jet came down in Suffolk.
The plane, thought to be an F-18 Hornet fighter jet, is believed to have come down around five miles north west of RAF Lakenheath.
The witness told ITV Anglia that they saw a pilot eject before the plane exploded in the air.
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