Tragic news of aircraft crash killing four Marines sparks concern and conspiracy

A military aircraft was confirmed to have crashed in California near the Mexico border with five Marines on board, four of whom are reported to be dead.

The vehicle, an MV-22B Osprey from the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, reportedly went down in Glamis, a town located just west of the Arizona border and a few miles north of Mexico. According to Fox5, an anonymous military official said on Thursday that four of the crew are confirmed dead, and one is missing.

The crew was conducting a training exercise at the time of the crash, and the aircraft was based in Camp Pendleton.

Fox News correspondent Lucas Tomlinson tweeted out the news on Wednesday, adding a very specific quote: “There was no nuclear material on board the aircraft.”

Some people found this nugget of information to be quite odd: (** Language warning)

Other users noted that there have been a number of Osprey crashes recently, prompting concerns about the safety of the aircraft:

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