Two military helicopters crashed on Wednesday night in southwest Kentucky during a regular training flight, according to the U.S. In a statement, Fort Campbell of the Army said.
It further stated that there could be up to nine casualties due to the unclear status of the crew members.
Around 10 p.m., two HH-60 Blackhawk helicopters from the 101st Airborne Division crashed.
The message published on Facebook claims that it happened on Wednesday in Trigg County, Kentucky.
According to the statement, the command’s current priorities include caring for the service members and their families.
Andy Beshear, the governor of Kentucky, stated on Twitter that “fatalities are expected” and that emergency personnel and law enforcement were responding.
The collision is being looked into.