US military plane crash: Flight tumbles down just day after four died in Osprey crash

The aircraft has come down in California off highway 78 near Walters Camp Road, reports from the scene state.

Writing on Twitter, KYMA News reporter Wiley Jawhary said as of yet there is no information on how many people were onboard.

He said: “Imperial County Fire Department is responding to a military aircraft that went down off Highway 78 near Walters Camp Road/Palo Verde.

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“No word on how many people onboard.

“Riverside County Fire is also on the way.

“This comes one day after an MV22B went down in Glamis.”

Another KYMA journalist Adonis Albright wrote on Twitter that reports indicate that it may be a helicopter that has crashed.

He said: “We’re getting word it might be a military helicopter, we’re waiting to confirm more details with NAF El Centro.

“We have a reporter heading to the scene to learn more.”

And a further update added “We just received confirmation from NAF El Centro, they’re heading to the scene as well. More details to come as we learn them.

“This marks two days in a row that a military aircraft went down in roughly the same area.

“NAF El Centro says multiple first responders are on scene.”