Soldiers hurt after tent collapses at CA Army base – Daily Mail

please twenty two soldiers were injured at Fort Hunter Liggett army base in California when a military helicopter blue over a tent during training exercise for the injured were taken to hospitals official say most of the soldiers were treated at the teen and are expected to be okay the injuries occurred Wednesday night after wind from the rotors of an army uh-60 Blackhawk helicopter that was Landing cause the 10th to collapse the base is currently holding its annual military extra search for Army Reserve and National Guard troops the army base located in Monterey County about 250 miles Northwest of Los Angeles is the largest US Army Reserve Command Post
A number of soldiers have been injured on a U.S. Army base in California when a military helicopter blew over a tent during an annual training exercise, the base said.

Some 22 injuries were reported after a U.S. Army UH-60 Blackhawk helicopter landing rotor wash caused a tent to collapse at about 9:30 p.m. on Wednesday at Fort Hunter Liggett in Monterey County, about 250 miles (400 km) northwest of Los Angeles, the base said in posts on Twitter and Facebook.

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