- Rescuers are looking for 5 lacking crew members of a crashed US Navy helicopter.
- One individual was rescued after the helicopter crashed into the ocean off San Diego, the fleet stated.
- It stated the helicopter crashed throughout routine flight operations.
A US Navy helicopter crashed into the ocean off San Diego, and 5 crew members are lacking.
The US third Fleet stated in a press release that one crew member was rescued after Tuesday’s crash, and that “search efforts continue for five additional crewmembers.”
It stated that the MH-60S helicopter, which was embarked aboard USS Abraham Lincoln, crashed into the Pacific Ocean whereas conducting “routine flight operations” round 60 nautical miles off the coast of San Diego at four:30 p.m. native time.
The search effort includes the Coast Guard and the Navy, the fleet stated.