Authorities: All accounted for in Navy jet crash

ZINIE CHEN SAMPSON
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The burning fuselage of an F/A-18 Hornet lies smoldering after crashing into a residential building in Virginia Beach, Va., Friday, April 6, 2012. The Navy did not immediately return telephone messages left by The Associated Press, but media reports indicate the two aviators were able to eject from the jet before it crashed. They were being treated for injuries that were not considered life threatening. (AP Photo/Kandice Angel)

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) — Fire officials say they have accounted for everyone who lived at a Virginia apartment complex where a Navy fighter jet crashed.

Capt. Tim Riley is the battalion chief and spokesman for the Virginia Beach fire department. He said Saturday morning that the last three people at the apartment complex had been accounted for, and that there appeared to be no fatalities.

Riley says crews are not actively searching for anyone, but that could change if there may have been a guest in an apartment that authorities don't know about.

The fighter jet was being piloted by a student and his trainer Friday when the plane malfunctioned over Virginia's most populated city. The men ejected moments before the jet crashed into the apartment complex.