5 Fort Campbell soldiers injured in hard landing during training

Fort Campbell says five soldiers have been injured in a training exercise.
    
A statement from the post on the Kentucky-Tennessee border says the soldiers were injured when a helicopter made a hard landing. The statement says the soldiers were in the middle of a routine training exercise Wednesday evening when the incident happened.
    
All five soldiers were taken to medical treatment facilities, according to the statement. The Army declined to release the nature of their injuries or their conditions.
    
No further information was available.

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