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The crash occurred around 4:20 p.m. at Cross Road and Fonzie Avenue in Imperial (map), California Highway Patrol officials said

Photos taken by residents showed at least one home on fire. 

According to a tweet from Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in San Diego, the aircraft was an AV-8B Harrier Jet stationed at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma.

The pilot ejected safely and was transported to a local hospital for evaluation, according to a statement from Maj. Carl Benjamin Redding Jr. with MCAS Miramar Public Affairs. There was no immediate information released on possible casualties on the ground.

An investigation will be conducted to determine the cause of the crash, Redding said.

The Harrier was the first Marine aircraft capable of vertical takeoff and landings, according to the U.S. Marine Corps website. The jet is able to hover like a helicopter, and then blast forward like a jet at near-supersonic speeds, the website said.

The city of Imperial is home to nearly 16,000 residents and is located 90 miles east of San Diego.

**Military Jet Crashes** Into Residential Area in CALIFORNIA == near the MEXICAN BORDER



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A woman wounded in an officer-involved shooting Saturday in downtown Long Beach was carrying a fake semi-automatic pistol, authorities say.

Homicide detectives identified the woman as Adeline Arroyo, 32, who remains hospitalized in serious but stable condition. The Long Beach resident was booked on suspicion of brandishing a replica firearm in the presence of a police officer.

Officers arrived at 3rd Street and Long Beach Boulevard about 9:50 a.m. Saturday, said police spokeswoman Marlene Arrona. They negotiated with Arroyo near a post office after people called the Police Department and reported seeing a woman armed with a handgun.

Police said they saw Arroyo holding an object in her right hand, but she tried to conceal it in her 
clothing. Mental health specialists arrived at the scene to negotiate with her, though they were unsuccessful, prompting officers to call in the SWAT team.

At one point, Arroyo started walking toward police, removing clothing covering the item in her right hand, showing what observers thought looked like a handgun, authorities said. She initially aimed it toward the postal building, then turned it toward officers.

The officers fired on Arroyo. In a video, Arroyo is seen wearing a blue-gray T-shirt, plaid pajama pants and flip-flops, authorities said. The mental health specialists tried to talk to Arroyo for more than an hour before gunshots were fired, Arrona said.

The L.A. County district attorney's office will launch an independentinvestigation into the shooting. This is routine in officer-involved shootings resulting in injury or death. Long Beach has had 19 such 
shootings this year, compared with nine in 2012. 

The public is asked to call Long Beach Dets. Teryl Hubert and Mark Bigel Guarino at (562) 570-7244 with information. Anonymous tips can also be submitted by calling (800) 222-TIPS (8477) or by visiting LACrimeStoppers.org.

Woman with a Fake Handgun gets Shot by Long Beach Police



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