Rescuers scour seas two days after Calif. crash

A fleet of accomplishment argosy connected its chase Saturday for nine bodies feared asleep at sea afterward an air blow amid a Coast Guard aircraft and a Marine Corps helicopter.Six Coast Guard cutters, three Navy ships and assorted helicopters searched the ocean off Southern California. Rescuers had begin several pieces of bits from both aircraft but there was no assurance of the victims. No bodies accept been begin in the bits field, and the mission is still advised chase and rescue, not chase and recovery, Coast Guard Petty Officer 2nd Class Jetta Disco said Saturday morning.Thursday's blast complex a Coast Guard C-130 with a seven-member aggregation and a Marine Corps AH-1W Super Cobra with two aboard as it flew in accumulation abreast the Navy's San Clemente Island, a armpit with training ranges for amphibious, air, apparent and undersea warfare.