Chief Superintendent Bob Scully
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Norfolk helicopter crash bodies removed from site

The US Air Force has begun to remove the bodies of four American airmen who died in a helicopter crash in north Norfolk.

British and American investigators are trying to establish what caused the Pave Hawk aircraft to come down during a training exercise on Tuesday night.

Chief Superintendent Bob Scully from Norfolk police said moving the bodies was "a cautious process".

  • 09 Jan 2014
  • From the section UK
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