U.S. fighter jet crash in Libya: Pilots safe, mechanical failure, not shot down

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WASHINGTON–President Obama was notified Monday while in Chile that a U.S. fighter jet crashed in Libya, White House Press Secretary told reporters in an audio briefing transmitted from Air Force One, en route to El Salvador. The plane was not shot down and crashed due to mechanical problems. The two pilots ejected and are safe.

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