4 Dead After U.S. Air Force Helicopter Crashes on Britain's Coast
A U.S. Air Force helicopter on a training mission crashed on the coast of Britain on Tuesday night, killing all four crew members on board. The 48th Air Wing of the U.S. Air Force tweeted: "We can confirm that one of our HH-60G Pave Hawk helicopters was involved in an incident during a training mission outside Cley-Next-The-Sea." The cause of the crash has yet to be determined. Pedestrians and motorists had to be diverted from the area because of live ammunition on board at the time of the crash. The Pave Hawk is used mostly for search and rescue missions and extractions from hostile environments.
By Jordan Moses
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