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On 14 February a Marine Medium Helicopter Squadron 166 UH-1N "Huey" was damaged, two crewmen were killed and two injured when it crashed
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The airliner crashed
, killing more than 150 people in one of Brazil's worst plane disasters, while the smaller Embraer aircraft landed safely.
The Raptor that crashed
was one of eight assigned to the 422nd Test and Evaluation Squadron at Nellis.
At least two people were killed when a small aircraft crashed
into a 52-floor building on Manhattan's Upper East Side on Wednesday in what appeared to be an accident, officials said.
A 2002 Pontiac then stopped behind both vehicles, and the driver of a 1977 Buick passed around a 1996 Volkswagen and crashed
into the Pontiac, which was knocked into the GMC, which hit the Saturn, authorities said.
They reinforce 37 soldiers who have been combing the remote forest area in northern Brazil where a Boeing 737-800 of low-cost airline Gol crashed
on September 29.
EAGLE ROCK - A 53-year-old Pasadena man was killed Saturday when his motorcycle crashed
on a freeway and he was struck by four vehicles, a California Highway Patrol officer said.
Human error was the main cause of Cyprus's worst airline disaster, in which an aircraft crashed
into a hillside north of Athens last year killing all 121 people on board, a Cypriot newspaper reported on Friday.
SANTA CLARITA - Fifty years ago, a T-33 Korean War-era jet - the same kind that crashed
into a Santa Clarita mobile-home park Sunday - lost power on its final approach to what is now Van Nuys Airport and plowed through a ranch house.
PEARBLOSSOM - On a rugged ridge in the San Gabriel Mountains lies the debris of a firefighting air tanker that crashed
more than eight years ago - twisted pieces of metal that might hold the answer to the mystery of what caused the plane to carry three crew members to their deaths.