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-- PART MUTE -- Investigations are underway in a remote marshland area in eastern England after a U.S. Air Force helicopter crashed, killing four airmen. Norfolk police chief superintendent Bob Scully says it's a slow process. (SOUNDBITE) (English) NORFOLK POLICE CHIEF SUPERINTENDENT, BOB SCULLY, SAYING: ''A lot hinges on our ability to understand what happened to the aircraft that crashed. And that includes the detailed investigation that needs to be done. Removal of casualties, sadly deceased from the aircraft, under those circumstances, can disrupt the evidence. It has to be done methodically, step by step. So it will take some time to move the deceased from the aircraft, possibly until tomorrow.'' The helicopter was on a low-level training mission along the Norfolk coast when it went down in a nature reserve Tuesday evening. Some areas of the reserve have been closed off to the public. (SOUNDBITE) (English) NORFOLK POLICE CHIEF SUPERINTENDE