Search and rescue crews recovered three empty life rafts from helicopters involved in a crash off the Hawaiian coast that left 12 marines missing last week, the Coast Guard said in a statement Monday.
A fourth life raft was also spotted Sunday evening, though workers were still trying retrieve it Monday, the Coast Guard said.
“There is no indication from the sightings that any survivors have been aboard any of the life rafts,” the statement said.
The news comes on the fourth day of a search that has been hobbled by dangerous seas, and one day after a Coast Guard…
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