C-130J Hercules Crash In Sweden Leads To Deaths Of Five Crew Investigation Underway To Determine Cause Of Fatal Air Accident 20.03.2012 Investigations are underway after five crew members were killed in a plane crash in Sweden involving a Lockheed Martin C-130J operated by the Royal Norwegian Air Force. Authorities from both countries are now examining the circumstances surrounding the incident on March 15th, when the tactical transport aircraft disappeared from radar during its journey from Evenes in Norway and Kiruna in Sweden. Despite a search and rescue operation, the wreckage of the crash was only spotted by a Norwegian air force surveillance aircraft two days later. Irwin Mitchell’s specialist aviation law team act for the families of those killed in air accidents in the UK and abroad, as well as victims who have suffered serious, life-changing injuries in such incidents. Tags Personal Injury Aviation Accidents London Related articles 20.09.2017Mental Health Trust Pays Damages To Family Of Vulnerable Man Who Died In High Rise Fire 20.09.2017Landmark Legal Ruling Will Allow Doctors to Withdraw Treatment To Those Suffering Debilitating Diseases if Families Agree 20.09.2017Inquest Finds Alzheimer Suffer Died Due To Ingesting Chlorine Tablets 19.09.2017Two Women Instruct Lawyers After Being Abused By Dr Philip Schuppler 19.09.2017Specialist Public Health Lawyers Instructed After Dry Ice Cocktail Drank at The Alchemist ‘Leaves Man With Severe Stomach Burns'