Military plane crashes in Savannah area

Island Packet

Garden City, Georgia, law enforcement officials are sharing reports of a plane crash at Georgia Highway 21 before noon on Wednesday.

Chatham County EMS confirmed that the plane crashed at the intersection of the highway and Crossgate Road and that roads will be shut down.

Garden City Police Department said sections of Highway 21, Highway 25 and side roads in the area will be shut down. Drivers are asked to avoid the area.  

Savannah Fire Department said the plane is a C-130 airplane.

Spokesmen for the Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield located near Savannah and the South Carolina Air National Guard both said that the plane did not belong to them.

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1 Response to Military plane crashes in Savannah area

  1. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    “Spokesmen for the Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield located near Savannah and the South Carolina Air National Guard both said that the plane did not belong to them.”

    It actually belongs to us American nationals.

    But they can keep it now.

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