2 Pilots, 3 Passengers Dead After Aircraft Crashes Near Southern California Tuesday
San Diego, CA (September 5, 2021) – Two pilots, Lt. Bradley Foster and Lt. Paul Fridley suffered fatal injuries following a helicopter crash in the Pacific Ocean off of Southern California.
On August 31, Tuesday, a U.S. Navy helicopter with the USS Abraham Lincoln plunged down into the sea. The CBS Sacramento reported the Navy says were conducting routine flight operations when the unfortunate event happened.
Authorities confirmed 29-year-old Lt. Bradley Foster, from Oakhurst; and 28-year-old Lt. Paul Fridley were the pilots of the helicopter. The article published online confirmed both pilots sadly died as a result of the incident.
Several Injured in Helicopter Crash Near San Diego, August 31
Meanwhile, our sources indicated several other parties died and suffered injuries as a result of the accident. At this time, detectives assigned to handle the case continue to investigate the precise cause of the deadly helicopter crash in San Diego.
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