Marines Bug Out From Crash Site

ITTA BENA, MS (Ben Caxton) — 100 of about 120 U.S. Marines who have been in Leflore County searching for wreckage from last month’s plane crash have left. That according to Fred Randle, director of the Greenwood-Leflore Emergency Management Agency in a report by the Greenwood Commonwealth. The Commonwealth says the Marines have been scouring the soybean fields where the aircraft crashed, looking for pieces of the plane. Those pieces, according to Randle, have been stored at an undisclosed warehouse in Leflore County and will later be transported elsewhere, where they will be reassembled as part of the investigation into the crash.


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