Sept. 18 (UPI) -- The crew of an Air Force trainer aircraft ejected safely Tuesday before the plane crashed near a shopping mall in San Antonio, Texas, the U.S. military said.
Air Education and Training Command said the two crew members sustained minor injuries after the 12th Flying Training Wing T-6 Texan II crashed around 4 p.m. near Rolling Oaks Mall.
No civilians on the ground sustained injuries.
A statement from command said safety personnel from Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph and local communities responded to the crash site. The incident was under investigation.
The Air Force grounded T-6 Texan II training aircrafts for one month in February after an investigation found variations in oxygen levels in the cockpit. This can cause physiological episodes in pilots.