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5 Presumed Dead After US Military Aircraft Crashes in California

By Brandon Drey

IMPERIAL COUNTY, Calif.—A U.S. Military aircraft carrying five passengers crashed during a training flight June 8 in California, possibly killing the passengers.

All five are presumed dead, according to local reports.

The MV-22B Osprey went down during a training flight in the early afternoon near Glamis, east of Brawley, according to the Third Marine Aircraft Wing headquartered in Miramar, San Diego.

Initial reports indicated the aircraft also carried radioactive and nuclear material, but Naval Air Facility El Centro said otherwise.

“Contrary to initial reports, there was no nuclear material on board the aircraft. More information will be made available as we receive it,” Naval Air Facility El Centro wrote on Facebook

 

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