Clues emerging about crashed WWII plane in Ore.

AP

This is an undated Oregon State Police photo of the wreckage from a WWII-era plane, identified as a Curtis SB2C Helldiver, found by loggers in the woo AP – This is an undated Oregon State Police photo of the wreckage from a WWII-era plane, identified as a Curtis …

Fri Mar 26, 2:34 pm ET

PORTLAND, Ore. – Officials investigating the wreckage of a World War II-era dive bomber found in the Oregon woods say at least three U.S. Navy planes of that type went down in that area from 1945 to 1948.

Tillamook County Sheriff Todd Anderson said Friday investigators still don't know the origin of the wrecked Helldiver found near the now-defunct Naval Air Station Tillamook.

However, Anderson said investigators have learned at least three planes of that type went down during the final years the air station was still in operation.

He said two went down in 1945 and another in 1948.

Anderson said investigators have been getting help from people who worked at Tillamook at the time.

via Clues emerging about crashed WWII plane in Ore. – Yahoo! News.

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