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Four hurt in Navy helicopter 'hard landing'

Four crew members were hospitalized after a Navy helicopter was involved in what officials called a "hard landing" late Wednesday at North Island Naval Air Station.

The four were aboard an MH-60R helicopter. Two were taken to UC San Diego Medical Center and two to Scripps Mercy Hospital in San Diego, officials said.

The incident is under investigation, officials said.


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