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Pilots, crew escape Norfolk-based Navy plane before crash in Accomack County on Eastern Shore


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A Navy E-2C Hawkeye based in Norfolk crashed Monday afternoon on Virginia’s Eastern Shore during a training flight, according to officials.

State police said they were notified of the plane crash at 3:52 p.m. in Accomack County. They found the aircraft wreckage near the intersection of Berry and Mason Roads, which is in the Bloxom community. https://www.pilotonline.com/news/vp-nw-accomack-county-plane-crash-20200831-xyzkdojuizfjhmtbbme7pkukiq-story.html

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