A helicopter operating with the Canadian Coast Guard research icebreaker Amundsen crashed into the Arctic Ocean yesterday.
Three crew aboard the helicopter died, CBC News has learned. There were no survivors.
The Amundsen recently departed Resolute to continue its research voyage. It was at sea when the crash occurred.
The Coast Guard was expected to reveal more information at a press briefing on Tuesday morning.
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