U.S. helicopter crashed in Oman.
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U.S. helicopter crashed in Oman.

Matruh : Oman | Jul 19, 2012 at 9:45 PM PDT
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The U.S. military said a U.S. helicopter MH-branded 53E Sea Dragon carrying five crew members crashed in Oman on 19/7 Mascat the capital more than 93 km to the southwest, while transporting goods to the Government of Oman.

However, the U.S. military did not disclose the status of the five crew members, and ruled out enemy aircraft were shot down.

Currently, one other U.S. helicopters were on the way to the scene to conduct the search and rescue, found three crew members and they are being treated in hospital.

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