All four crew members aboard a military helicopter that crashed at Fort Hood in Texas Monday afternoon were killed, the U.S. Army said.
The crew’s UH-60 chopper went down some time after 5:49 p.m. in the northeast portion of the Fort Hood Range, according a statement released by the Army.
Emergency crews found the wreckage after an extensive search.
The members of the Division West, First Army were on a routine training mission at the time, the Army said.
The cause of the crash was under investigation.
The Army said it would not release the names of the victims until 24 hours…
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