On Air Now

Current Show

The Mike McFeely Show   2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Call the KFGO Studio at (701) 237-5948 or (800) 880-5346. Email us at kfgo.studio@kfgo.com or text us at short code 35270.

Show Info »

Upcoming Shows

Program Schedule »

Listen

Listen Live Now » 790 AM Fargo-Moorhead

Weather

Current Conditions(Fargo,ND 58103)

More Weather »
80° Feels Like: 80°
Wind: WNW 12 mph Past 24 hrs - Precip: 0”
Current Radar for Zip

Today

Sunny 80°

Tonight

Clear 57°

Tomorrow

Sunny 84°

Alerts

South Dakota based bomber crashes in Montana

B1B crash site (CBS News)
B1B crash site (CBS News)

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - An Air Force commander says he's thankful that four crew members were able to safely eject before a B-1B bomber crashed in southeastern Montana.

The airplane crashed Monday in a remote area near Broadus, Mont. It was based at South Dakota's Ellsworth Air Force Base, one of only two bases in the U.S. that have B-1B crews.

Col. Kevin Kennedy says two 28th Bomb Wing pilots and two weapons system officers were taken by ambulance and air to South Dakota hospitals in Rapid City and Spearfish. He says their injuries are not life threatening.

No details were released about what may have caused the crash, which occurred about 170 miles southeast of Billings, Mont.

Kennedy says the Air Force will conduct a thorough investigation.

Comments

Comments are not enabled for this article.