4 killed in Marine helicopter crash in California

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Four US servicemen are presumed dead after a Marine Corps helicopter crashed over California during a routine training mission.

A CH-53E Super Stallion, used mainly for heavy lifting of military equipment, comes down near El Centro, close to Mexico's border.

The cause of the crash is now under investigation.

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The victims' names won't be released until after they are positively identified and their next of kin are notified.

As word spread of the crash, officials offered words of support for the marines' families.

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Deputy Coroner Derrick Lindberg with the Imperial County Sheriff's Office said the bodies of the four crew members killed in a military helicopter crash were recovered Tuesday night and taken to a coroner's facility. "The 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing Communications Strategy and Operations Unit will provide more information about the incident as it becomes available".

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