REPORT: Second crew member rescued after US Marine Corps planes collide near Japan, as 5 remain missing

BY TEAM DML / DECEMBER 6, 2018 /

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A second crew member has been found in the Pacific Ocean near Japan where two Marine Corps aircraft collided while refueling in mid-air early Thursday during a training exercise, a Marine Corps spokesman confirmed to Fox News, as five others still remain missing.

The second person was found about 60 miles south of Muroto Cape on Shikoku Island in southwestern Japan, the Maritime Self-Defense Force said.

The article goes on to state the following:

One of those rescued is in fair condition, while the other is currently being evaluated at a local hospital, the spokesman said.

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