A U.S. military aircraft with four people on board crashed on Friday in northern Norway. The MV-22B Osprey aircraft belonging to the U.S. Marine Corps was taking part in a NATO military exercise called Cold Response when it was reported missing. Because of the bad weather, the rescue aircraft could not land. Instead, police and rescue services were trying to reach the site by land.
An investigation into the cause of the accident of the U.S military plane was paused due to bad weather, but police said it would resume once the weather improves.