Security footage shows final moments of C-130 spiraling into ground

Video of the aging Puerto Rican Air National Guard C-130H that crashed in Georgia, killing all nine personnel aboard, has emerged.

A local business owner, Scott Cohen, tweeted what he said was footage of the C-130 crash from his business’s surveillance cameras after the incident on Wednesday.  The large military transport aircraft appears to lose altitude quickly and spin into the ground.

The C-130H Hercules -serial number 65-0968- that went down over Savannah had been transferred to the Puerto Rican ANG in 2016 and was a member of the 198th Airlift Squadron, assigned to Muniz Air National Guard Base.

It was on its last flight, headed for Davis–Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona to be decommissioned.

The crew who were killed during the crash have yet to be publicly identified, pending notification of next-of-kin.

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