No deaths reported in second military aircraft crash in 2 days
IMPERIAL COUNTY, Calif. - Officials said no deaths were reported after a U.S. Navy helicopter crashed at a training range in Imperial County Thursday.
According to the Naval Air Facility El Centro, the crash took place in the Navy's training range. All four people aboard the helicopter survived the crash, officials said.
The U.S. Navy initially reported the crash happened near Yuma, Arizona before issuing an update later in the night that the crash happened in the El Centro area.
Thursday's development comes just a day after a different military aircraft crashed in Imperial County, killing five Marines Wednesday.
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The helicopter is an MH-60S Seahawk assigned to Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 3 based at Naval Air Station North Island.
One crew member received an injury that was not life-threatening and was taken to a hospital, the base said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.