Alaska Crash | Two US Army AH-64 Apache helicopters crash in Alaska, 4 people on board

Pic: Social Media New Delhi. According to the big news coming from America, two helicopters of the US Army have crashed in Alaska here on Thursday late night. To be seen, this is the second horrific incident involving a military helicopter in the US this year. On the other hand, the spokesman of the US Army Alaska, John Pennell, said – The accident happened during training. A total of 4 people were on board both the helicopters. At present, there is no news of anyone being killed. According to the information, this incident happened during the training flight of both the helicopters. During this, two people were also present in the helicopters. A statement from US Army Alaska said that the AH-64 Apache helicopters were from Fort Wainwright, located near Fairbanks. According to officials, the incident is being investigated. More details on this will be released as they become available. Let us tell you that earlier in BT February, two soldiers on board were injured when an Apache helicopter crashed after taking off from Talkeetna. It was one of four large helicopters traveling from Fort Wainwright to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage.

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