Navy Ends Search for Missing Crew
The Star Tribune http://www.startribune.com/484/story/964361.html reported that Saturday a group of Navy and Coast Guard vessels and aircrafts searched for three crew members of a Navy helicopter that crashed. The search included inflatable boats, two destroyers, a guided missile cruiser, a dock landing ship and Coast Guard ships. The pilot radioed a mayday during this training flight but did not indicate any mechanical malfunctions or fires.
CNN http://www.cnn.com/2007/US/01/27/helicopter.crash.ap/index.html reported that the search was called off after one crew member was pulled from the water but died while being treated on the Bonhomme Richard. CNN also said because of the cold water and the amount of time elapsed survivability is extremely unlikely.
Both of the leads did a good job at summarizing the articles. CNN did not release the identities of the members because the article said all of the relatives have not been notified yet. CNN gave a lot more information on the plane, while the Star Tribune focused more on the search.