A total of 14 people were killed on Friday after a Mexican Navy helicopter crashed in Sinaloa, navy officials said in a statement.
File photo of a Black Hawk chopper (Photo: AFP | Representative)
Mexico’s Navy said on Friday that 14 people were killed and another person was injured after a Black Hawk military helicopter crashed in the northern state of Sinaloa.
The cause of the crash is being investigated, but so far there is no information indicating the incident was related to the arrest of drug lord Rafael Caro Quintero in another part of Sinaloa on Friday, the Navy said in a statement.
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