An F-16 fighter jet on a training mission crashed into a warehouse as it approached to land at March Air Reserve Base in Southern California on Thursday, authorities said. The pilot, who ejected safely, and at least 11 other people suffered non-life-threatening injuries. The jet crashed off base on Opportunity Way in Riverside County, about 50 miles east of Los Angeles, at about 3:45 p.m., base officials told NBC News. Hazardous materials crews were securing potential hazards, including ordnance that may have been on the aircraft, military and state officials said. Aerial video of the scene showed a broad hole in the roof of a large warehouse-like building bearing the logo of See Water Inc., which manufactures pumps, controls and other equipment for the water and wastewater industries. Authorities were examining a white and orange parachute along the roadside, in an industrial area of warehouses and large businesses near Interstate 215.
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