A second military helicopter which landed on Cley marshes after US servicemen saw their colleagues crash has taken off from the site.
The aircraft had been left at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust nature reserve since last week's accident for fear that moving it could disturb evidence.
A Pave Hawk helicopter crashed into the marshes last Tuesday evening, killing all four of its crew.
As the US Air Force continues with its investigation into the cause of the crash, the second helicopter was finally able to leave this afternoon.
Both aircraft and crews were based at RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk.
RAF Marham's station commander has spoken about the base's role in the investigation into last week's helicopter crash in north Norfolk.
Churches in our region have been lighting candles in memory of the American air crew killed when their helicopter crashed in Norfolk.
Last year the US Airforce published a story on the importance of helicopter training missions.