COLUMBUS, Miss. (WTVA) - Normal operations have resumed at the Columbus Air Force Base (CAFB) for T-38C aircraft.
A CAFB spokesperson says operations resumed Wednesday morning.
This comes after a maintenance accident Tuesday morning.
Crews were inspecting a T-38C when the plane’s rear cockpit ejection seat fired off, sending three workers to the hospital.
They have since been released.
Following the accident, all T-38C flying operations were suspended as a precaution.
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