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An RAF Tornado has crashed in Argyll, police have confirmed.
The plane is understood to have come down on a hillside near the Rest and be Thankful at Arrochar - about two miles to the west of Loch Lomond.
The plane is believed to be from RAF Leuchars, in Fife. No civilians are thought to have been hurt.
There are no details on the condition of the pilot and navigator. Strathclyde Police were alerted to the incident at about 1145 BST on Thursday.
An ambulance spokeswoman said two crews were at the scene.
A specialist operations team was also on its way.
Two RAF air crew have been killed after a Tornado jet crashed during a training flight in Argyll. The plane came down on a hillside near the Rest and Be Thankful beauty spot in Glen Kinglass, near Arrochar, at about 1145 BST.