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9 Killed After 2 Black Hawks Crash In Kentucky

Late Mar. 29, two Sikorsky HH-60 Black Hawk helicopters were flying a "routine training mission" 25 miles NW of Ft. Campbell, KY when the two helicopters collided mid-air around 10pm. An eyewitness recalls stating "wow, those [helicopters] look really close tonight for whatever reason.." and then says he saw an explosion. An Army official confirmed that all 9 aboard the two rotorcraft were killed. The two helicopters belonged to the 101st Airborne Division.

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