A pair of military stunt jets crashed in Langkawi, Malaysia, after they clipped wings during a practice session for an upcoming air show.
Raw footage of the mid-air collision shows one plane bursting into flames before it plummets to the ground.
The two aircrafts of the Indonesian Air Force were training for Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace 2015 exhibition.
At least one house and a car caught fire due to falling debris from the plane but no deaths or injuries were reported.
The four pilots ejected from their aircrafts, successfully deployed their parachutes and landed safely. The Royal Malaysian Air Force located the pilots about six miles from the scene within minutes of the accident; the pilots immediately were taken to a hospital.
"Thankful that all 4 pilots are safe, their spirits remain high," Malaysian Defense Minister Hishammuddin Hussein tweeted.