Years ago, just before I started pilot training at Vance AFB in Oklahoma, they had a T38 accident of some note. The instructor and student were departing from the center runway, when one engine disintigrated. Shrapnel from the engine severed hydraulic lines from both systems, and the airplane began an uncommanded pitch up. The crew wisely ejected, and both survived with few injuries. Imagine, however, the surprise when an unlucky home-owner arrived home from work to discover one of the ejection seats in his living room, having fallen through the roof of his house. True story.