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Wednesday marks one week since deadly C-130 military plane crash

Aerial view of the C-130 plane crash debris field on GA-21 in Port Wentworth. Aerial view of the C-130 plane crash debris field on GA-21 in Port Wentworth.
PORT WENTWORTH, GA (WTOC) -

Wednesday marks one week since a plane went down in Port Wentworth killing nine Puerto Rico National Guard members.

That C-130 cargo military plane was on its way to Arizona where it was to retire.

WTOC rode by the crash site Wednesday morning and observed that crews have not started moving the debris yet because the military is still actively investigating the scene.

A portion of GA-21 is still closed and will remain that way indefinitely.

Port Wentworth Mayor Garry Norton says city officials are looking at doing some type of memorial for the nine victims, especially since there is a heavy military presence in the area.

Count on WTOC to keep you updated on the crash investigation as well as GA-21 road conditions.

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