Several days later a second military plane crashed in the same area The Marine MV-22B Osprey crashed Wednesday.
But naval officials said every service member on board the navy helicopter that crashed Thursday survived. An employee on board had to be taken to a local hospital.
The crash happened less than 100 miles from Wednesday’s crash at a naval training range near El Centro, California.
“I can confirm that a U.S. Navy helicopter crashed today at a U.S. Navy training range near El Centro, California. According to our initial report, all four crew members on board survived the crash,” said Commander Zack Harrell, the commander’s spokesman. , Navy Air Force. “One of the flight attendants sustained a life-threatening injury and was taken to a local hospital.”
Naval Air Facility El Centro released its report Facebook page.
Thursday comes after the crash The five sailors on board The MV-22B Osprey plane crashed in the southern California desert on Wednesday, military officials said. The investigation is ongoing.
Another military plane crashed in California last Friday. Navy pilot Lieutenant Richard Bullock Died during a training mission in Trona, California.