Tunisian military helicopter crashes in Sfax, two killed
A Tunisian military helicopter crashed in the country’s eastern city of Sfax on Thursday killing two soldiers, the Tunisian Defense Ministry said.
“The helicopter that crashed today was a training helicopter with two troops on board. It crashed near the Thyna airport in Sfax, both military were killed,” the ministerial statement said.
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The helicopter is said to have fallen near residential areas.
The defense ministry said it had formed an investigative team to determine causes of the incident.
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