Navy Prowler Crash Leaves 3 Dead

The plane's wingman says no parachutes were deployed before the aircraft crashed into a field during a low-level training flight. A US military aircraft has crashed in Washington state, killing all three crew members aboard, the Navy confirmed. The E/A-6B Prowler crashed about 8.45am local time, officials from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island said. The plane was conducting a low-level training mission in eastern Washington when it went down in a rural area near the towns of Harrington and Odessa, about 50 miles southwest of Spokane. US military plane crash Washington state (Credit: KREM-TV) A wingman told Navy officials no parachutes were spotted (Credit: KREM-TV) The Navy says no parachutes were spotted by the plane's wingman, and first responders have found remains of the crew.


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