Tuesday, 23 July 2024

Identified US marines who died in the NT accident

  • Three US marines lost their lives during a military training exercise when an Osprey crashed.
  • Corporal Spencer Collart, Captain Eleanor LeBeau, and Major Tobin Lewis have passed away.
  • The Marine Rotational Force in Darwin has conveyed its profound sorrow.

On Sunday, an Osprey crash during a military training exercise claimed the lives of three US Marines. Currently, the public is aware of their names.

Corporal Spencer Collart, age 21, Captain Eleanor LeBeau, age 29, and Major Tobin Lewis, age 37, are among those who have passed away.

US marines

After the collision, three US Marines are still being treated at Royal Darwin Hospital. Two are stable, while one is in a serious condition. 17 more people were transported to the hospital, given little medical attention, and then discharged.

In response to the passing of three MRF-D family members, the Marine Rotational Force in Darwin has conveyed its profound sorrow.

They thank the Australian Defence Force, Northern Territory police, Northern Territory administration, CareFlight Air and Mobile Services, NT Health, National Critical Care and Trauma Response Center, and Tiwi Island administration for their support during this trying time as they concentrate on recovery and investigative efforts.

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