Second helicopter leaves crash site

The undamaged Pave Hawk leaves the shingle bank
The undamaged Pave Hawk leaves the shingle bank Credit: ITV Anglia

An American military helicopter which made an emergency landing when the aircraft it was flying with crashed has finally taken off from a Norfolk beach.

Four aircrew aboard the other Pave Hawk were killed when it came down on Cley marshes.

The helicopter heads for home
The helicopter heads for home Credit: ITV Anglia

The second helicopter landed on a shingle bank to try and help. Both helicopters were stationed at the US airbase at Lakenheath in Suffolk

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Four killed in US military helicopter crash in Norfolk

Four people have been killed their Pave Hawk military helicopter crashed at Cley in North Norfolk. The aircraft was based at RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk.