Marine Corps plane crashes in Mississippi, 16 dead

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency confirmed there were fatalities.
0:43 | 07/11/17

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Transcript for Marine Corps plane crashes in Mississippi, 16 dead
And breaking news in Mississippi where sixteen people are dead after a Marine Corps refueling plane crashed. It's believed to KC 130 had taken off from Tennessee. It's not clear if there were any civilians on board. The plane came down and soybean field but the debris is spread over a wide area. Leading to speculation that it exploded mid air. Firefighters were also driven back by explosions on the ground probably from ammunition. We don't want nobody out there here a few they're everywhere so we don't want anybody without responders. He's the aerial port temple around in years. The Marine Corps hasn't revealed where the flight was headed the FBI is assisting in that investigation.

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