Police were informed of the accident at around 10:53 a.m. (11:53 a.m. ET) in the 4000 blocks of the Tejas and Dakota Trails and found a pilot on arrival, who exited a military training jet caught in power lines. It was, Lake Worth Police Chief JT Manoushagian said during a Sunday afternoon news conference. Another pilot also got out of the training jet and was found in a nearby neighbourhood.
The fire department said both the pilots were taken to a local hospital for treatment. Manoushagian said it was not clear what the model of the jet was or what training exercise the pilots were practicing.
Fire Chief Ryan Arthur said there were no direct injuries to any of the households involved in the crash. There was little damage in the areas around the houses, he said.
“It could have been worse knowing that the plane had crashed into a residential area in Lake Worth,” Arthur said.
According to a release from Fort Worth Fire Department public information officer Kristen O’Hare, three people were treated at the homes and released at the scene.
At present all the fires have been brought under control. Fire, police and other public security agencies are present at the spot.
Lake Worth is approximately 8 miles northwest of Fort Worth.
CNN has reached out to the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Fort Worth, but has yet to hear back.