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January 19, 2016
Twelve marines are still missing after two helicopters crashed into the ocean; a MN nonprofit, Luke's Wings, has flown a family of one of the missing marines to Hawaii to be on the scene.
"A Minnesota couple is rushing to the Hawaiian island of Oahu after learning their son is one of the 12 Marines still missing after two helicopters went down in the ocean Thursday night.
"Sgt. Dillon Semolina, 24, is a Delano High School graduate who joined the Marines in 2011. He was third in command of the CH-53E super stallion helicopter that’s believed to have collided with another helicopter of his squadron during a nighttime training mission."--Iris Perez, Fox 9