Military Helicopter Crashes on Florida Coast; 11 Presumed Dead

An artillery helicopter type Black Hawk AH-60L "Arpia" of the Colombian Air Force flies over in Quibdo, Department of Choco, Colombia, on November 21, 2014. The government of Juan Manuel Santos expects the speedy release of Brigadier General Ruben Alzate, Cabo Jorge Rodriguez and lawyer Gloria Urrego captured Sunday in Choco (west), and soldiers Cesar Rivera and Jhonatan Diaz held prisoners since November 9 after fighting in the department of Arauca (eastern, border with Venezuela).  AFP PHOTO/LUIS ROBAYO        (Photo credit should read LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images)
Photo: Luis Robayo/AFP/Getty Images

An army helicopter carrying seven Marines and four soldiers crashed on the foggy coast of Florida during a Tuesday night mission. The Black Hawk helicopter has not been recovered, but authorities believe it landed in the water after disappearing at 8:30 p.m. Remains have begun to wash ashore, although a spokesperson at the Eglin Air Force Base told reporters that they are still conducting a search-and-rescue mission. “We don’t know the amount. We don’t know conditions. We just know they’re finding remains right now.”

Military Helicopter Crashes on Florida Coast