I've seen the footage before and all I knew that the pilot was basically hotdogging it.
The story behind the crash:
Wow, I didn't know the pilot had a history of risky flying. That 30' clearing of a ledge is just nuts It's sad that this could have been prevented if the senior command gave a hoot and listened to the other pilots.
If you pause it at 2:21 and 2:22, you can see someone actually ejecting. But unfortunately, he was engulfed in the fireball. I understand that it was the co-pilot who ejected. I believe the navigator and the bombardier are seated downstairs so they eject downwards.