Multiple feared dead after two army helicopters collide over Kentucky


Different individuals are dreaded dead after two armed force helicopters crashed in the air above Kentucky Wednesday night, authorities said.

The two 101st Airborne Division helicopters crashed during a standard preparation mission over Trigg Province at around 10 p.m., Post Campbell authorities said.

Early Thursday, Armed force authorities at the stronghold said the situation with the crewmembers who were on board each HH60 Blackhawk copter was obscure.

Anyway a Military fighter at the location of the disaster area told nearby radio broadcast WKDZ that numerous individuals had kicked the bucket and the region coroner had been called. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear additionally said he thinks there will be various fatalities.

“We have some intense news out of Stronghold Campbell, with early reports of a helicopter crash and fatalities are normal,” Beshear tweeted. “[Kentucky State Police, Kentucky Crisis Management,] and neighborhood authorities are answering.”

Firemen answered stifle flares dashing away from the mutilated airplanes, photographs acquired by the radio broadcast show.

An occupant who lives about a half-pretty far from the impact site told the station they heard “a pop and two blasts” at the hour of the mid-air crash.

Armed force authorities said the crash is being scrutinized. “The order is at present centered around focusing on the servicemembers and their families,” Post Campbell authorities said.