UPDATE 10:37 a.m. EST: ABC News reports the pilot was on a "routine training mission."
UPDATE 10:34 a.m. EST: Here's a look at the pilot.
Prince George's County Fire Department officials said some homes were evacuated.
UPDATE 10:14 a.m. EST: Our partner at WJLA interviewed a witness of the crash. James Brown said he saw a pilot parachute out of the plane seconds before a "big fireball" as the plane hit the ground.
BREAKING; F-16 pilot from DC Air National Guard's 113th Fighter Wing has ejected and has non-life threatening injuries.— luis martinez (@LMartinezABC) April 5, 2017
UPDATE 10:05 a.m. EST: ABC News reported the jet belonged to the D.C. Air National Guard.
Our partners at WJLA have live aerial footage of the area.
UPDATE 9:59 a.m. EST:
Officials tweeted that one pilot parachuted out of the jet before the crash. The pilot suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
The plane crashed in a wooded area in Clinton, Maryland.
DEVELOPING: Air Force: F-16 with DC Air National Guard's 113th Fighter Wing crashed in MD; pilot ejected, has non-life threatening injuries.— ABC News (@ABC) April 5, 2017
Military Aircraft down in area of Temple Hills RD & Woodells Ct. 1 pilot reported to have parachuted out— Mark Brady (@PGFDPIO) April 5, 2017
ORIGINAL STORY: A plane crashed near Joint Base Andrews just outside Washington, D.C. Wednesday morning, our partner at WJLA reports.
The plane is believed to be a military aircraft.
Local firefighters said the occupants of the jet were ejected.
We'll update this as soon as we know more.
It is believed that a military aircraft out of Joint Base Andrews has crashed.— Brad Bell (@ABC7Brad) April 5, 2017