Flood rescue team killed in helicopter crash in SE France


Three rescue workers died on Sunday night when their helicopter crashed for unknown reasons as they took part in emergency assistance missions over south-east France, where torrential rainfall and flooding caused the deaths by drowning of three other people.

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Three rescue workers on a mission to help people caught in floods in southern France were killed when their helicopter crashed near Marseille, reports BBC News.