Yep, no one got injured. The pilot was able to direct the aircraft to an open field. Moment later, he ejected safely, and wasn't injured.
After the crash, the crash site was secured, and surrounders were told to close their windows and doors, because of the toxic hydrazine (this is used when the engine has to be restarted inflight). Later on, a crash unit of the Belgian Air Force came to the location, to investigate all the debris.
Normally, the pilot will fly again within 12 hours after the crasg, just to make sure that he doesn't develop any form of fear of flying...
Ivan Coninx - Brussels Aviation Photography