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Search and rescue mission underway after US Navy helicopter crashes off San Diego coast

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(CNN) Search and rescue efforts are underway after a US Navy helicopter crashed off the San Diego coast Tuesday, officials said.

One crew member was rescued and the search is ongoing for the others, the Navy's 3rd Fleet said in a statement.
It did not indicate how many others were missing although, according to the Navy, an MH-60S Seahawk chopper typically operates with a crew of four.

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