NBC News reports:
A military C-130 aircraft crashed near the Savannah, Georgia, airport on Wednesday, officials with the Air Force and Georgia National Guard told NBC News. The plane, part of the Air National Guard, had five people on board, the officials said. There was no immediate word on survivors. A spokesperson for the Georgia National Guard said it was a Puerto Rico National Guard aircraft. Images and videos on social media showed a large plume of smoke rising from a fiery aircraft.
As you’ll see below, the Alex Jones crowd is already at it.
“I saw it… roll upside down. When it rolled upside down it did a straight turn into the ground.”
Viewer describes moments before C-130 crash near Savannah.
— Mark Davenport WBTV (@TheDavenReport) May 2, 2018
— CBS46 (@cbs46) May 2, 2018
— Frank Sulkowski WJCL (@TheBigGuyWJCL) May 2, 2018
We want to be CLEAR:
THIS was not random.
A C130 Hercules Transport
Does NOT “just crash”.
This was a specific target,
For a specific reason.
This was an Air National Guard Plane.
These People Are Sick. pic.twitter.com/CYNmdMhoVz
— BackChannel (@BackChannel17) May 2, 2018