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U.S. Military Apologizes For Spy Plane Crash in S. Korea

The U.S. military apologizes for the crash of a U.S. reconnaissance plane in South Korea, which injured three people and sparked a fire that damaged a house and business. The pilot ejected safely, officials say. NPR's Rob Gifford reports.

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Rob Gifford is the NPR foreign correspondent based in Shanghai.
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