U.S. Army plane crashes in Germany, killing 2
NUREMBERG, Germany (CNN) -- A U.S. Army reconnaissance plane crashed on landing Monday afternoon, killing two people, Army officials and German authorities said.
German police said the twin-engine RC-12 was on approach to Nuremberg airport when it went down about 11 kilometers (7 miles) east of the runway.
Army officials in Washington confirmed the crash. The identities of those killed had not been released Monday afternoon.
The crash occurred as U.S. Air Force officials reported two F-15C fighters missing over Scotland in an unrelated incident.
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