NATO helicopter crashes on Afghan army base, Two Afghan soldiers are killed

NATO helicopter crashes on Afghan army base, Two Afghan soldiers are killed

According to the International News Agency, in the morning, the helicopter to the province of Faryab, after carrying out troops from the Shahin Military Base in Balkh Province, died in the morning, as a result of the flight, resulting in foreign pilots and two Afghan soldiers. That 4 soldiers are injured.

Four Afghan soldiers, four provincial police officers, and two federal police officers were riding in a crash-hit NATO helicopter when pilots and auxiliary pilots were foreigners. The identity of the dead and injured has not yet been detected.

Officials are being avoided due to crash information. Afghan military spokesman Hanif Rassai says the operation is going on. 8 soldiers injured in the accident have been shifted to the Military Hospital.


The Afghan military spokesman added that due to the technical error in the helicopter, the fire broke out as soon as he flew, due to which he hugged down. The government has formed a committee to investigate the incident, which will submit a report to President Ashraf Ghani within a week.

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