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RCAF helicopter crash leaves 2 crew injured, 2 missing near Ottawa

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Royal Canadian Air Force are injured and two others are missing after they were involved in a helicopter crash Tuesday morning near Ottawa.A four-member crew was on a training flight overnight when the Chinook helicopter they were in crashed into the Ottawa River near Garrison Petawawa, Ont., the Department of National Defence said in a statement.Two other members of the crew taken to hospital in Pembroke after they were found by first responders, DND said.By Tuesday morning, nearly 50 Canadian Armed Forces members were assisting the rescue efforts on shore and water, along with RCAF aircraft, an Ontario Provincial Police marine unit and local fire departments.The RCAF is involved in a search for two missing members of 450 THS following the crash of a CH-147F Chinook in the Ottawa River near Gn Petawawa, Ont.

during a training flight in the early morning of June 20, 2023. Complete news release:— Royal Canadian Air Force (@RCAF_ARC) June 20, 2023Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also confirmed the incident on Twitter, wishing the injured a “fast and full recovery”.“In this difficult time, we’re here for you,” he said.Search efforts are underway for two members of the Royal Canadian Air Force, who are missing after their helicopter crashed into the Ottawa River.

I'm keeping all of the members of 450 Squadron in my thoughts as search efforts continue, and I'm wishing a fast and full recovery to…— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) June 20, 2023Defence Minister Anita Anand said the government was doing everything they can to support the RCAF crew and their loved ones.“I’m thinking of everyone at 450 Squadron and Garrison Petawawa, and family members, as search efforts continue for.

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