Daily Mail: First woman to fly China's J-10 fighter killed in crash after she ejected from her aircraft but hit the wing of another
* Yu Xu was killed during an aerobatics training exercise on Saturday
* She ejected from her aircraft in a crash, but hit the wing of another jet
* The 30-year-old was the first woman to fly China's J-10 fighter plane
* Her male co-pilot ejected safely and survived the accident in Hebei
The first woman to fly China's J-10 fighter plane was killed in a crash during an aerobatics training exercise, state-run media reported Monday.
Yu Xu, 30, a member of the Chinese air force's 'August 1st' aerobatic display team, ejected from her aircraft during a training exercise in the northern province of Hebei at the weekend, the China Daily newspaper said.
She hit the wing of another jet and was killed, it said, although her male co-pilot ejected safely and survived.
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