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Tuesday, April 13, 2010 - 3:10am

Navy Plane Crashes In North Georgia

Updated: 4 years ago.
A T-39 Sabreliner training plane went down in the wooded area of Fannin County in North Georgia. (Photo courtesy of Paul Gulliver)

Navy investigators will be on the scene in extreme north Georgia this morning looking for clues as to what caused a Navy plane to go down and crash in dense woods. Officials say the Florida-based plane just missed hitting a house when it crashed in the wooded area of Fannin County. Three bodies have been recovered, and authorities are looking for a fourth crew member. A spokesman for Naval Air Station Pensacola says no-one on the ground was injured when the T-39N Sabreliner training plane went down. Officials say the plane is part of a training unit that does routine cross-country missions in that area of north Georgia, on the edge of the North Carolina and Tennessee borders.

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