‘Five people presumed dead after military aircraft carrying nuclear material’ crashes in California

‘Five people presumed dead after military aircraft carrying nuclear material’ crashes in California

The crash happened near Glamis, 30 miles north of the Mexican border and 150 miles east of San DiegoFive people were on board and all are presumed dead, according to FOX 5 reporter Malik EarnestIt is unclear what type of aircraft it was, and from which base it was operating 

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A military aircraft carrying nuclear material has crashed in California, leaving officials to believe all five passengers are dead.

The plane crashed in Imperial County near Highway 78 and the town of Glamis – 30 miles north of the Mexican border, and 150 miles east of San Diego.

Officials believe at least five people were aboard at the time of the crash.

Investigators have presumed all passengers are dead, according to FOX 5 reporter Malik Earnest.

It is unknown what caused the crash or what type of nuclear material was onboard.

Military officials are currently at the scene of the crash and an investigation is underway. 

This is developing story. More to come. 

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