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Military investigating cause of two routine training helicopter crashes

The military is working to figure out what caused a pair of fatal crashes.
Two high-tech helicopters crashed during routine training exercises.
One, an Air Force Pave Hawk went down on Tuesday in marshland on England's east coast, leaving four American Airmen dead
The other helicopter, a Navy Sea Dragon, crashed yesterday into the ocean off the coast of Virginia Beach, leaving two servicemen dead, two injured and one missing.
Investigators are on both scenes trying to figure out how training turned deadly.

We have an interim safety board out there now. Their job is to take a look at the site, preserve all the evidence, take extensive photographic documentation to help determine the cause of what happened.
The two survivors in the Virginia crash are in a hospital.
Rescuers are searching  by air and sea today for the missing sailor.