Passengers Missing After U.S. Navy Plane Crashes Near Japan

Three people were missing Wednesday after a U.S. Navy aircraft carrying 11 passengers and crew crashed into the sea near Japan. The Wall Street Journal reported eight people were rescued and are in “good condition,” a Navy statement said. A search-and-rescue operation is being conducted by both Japanese and U.S. personnel to find the other three people who were on board the C2-A Greyhound aircraft when it went down. The cause of the accident is under investigation.