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Three rescue workers killed in helicopter crash in France

Hindu Monday, 2 December 2019 ()
The crash occurred on the night of Dec. 1, said the ministry, which added that an inquiry was underway to examine the cause of the accident.
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Two people were killed by floods in the French Riviera on Sunday and three emergency workers died in a helicopter crash while on a rescue mission, authorities said.View on euronews

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