In the US state of Kentucky on the night of today, two US Army helicopters collided. This is reported by The New York Times, citing an army representative, according to whom it is not yet clear whether anyone died in the plane crash. The condition of the crew is unknown.
This was announced by the Governor of Kentucky Andy Beshear. expecting loss of life. According to him, the state police and the emergency response unit are responding to the accident.
Two Black Hawk helicopters collided during a routine training mission around 2200 local time (0400 CEST). in Trigg County, near the sprawling Fort Campbell military base on the Kentucky-Tennessee border, Army spokeswoman Nondis Thurman said. No other details, such as the number of people aboard the helicopters, were released immediately.