Multiple people feared dead after two U.S Army helicopters collide in Kentucky

March 31, 2023

Multiple people are feared to have died after two United States Army Black Hawk helicopters collided during a routine training exercise in Kentucky. They are based at Fort Campbell, situated on the state's border with Tennessee, 60 miles north west of Nashville. Nondice Thurman, a spokesman for Fort Campbell, confirmed the crashes happened before 10pm on Wednesday in Trigg County, near Highway 68. The HH-60 Black Hawk helicopter The HH-60 is a variant of the Black Hawk helicopter designed to provide support for various military operations. The HH-60 Black Hawk helicopter is estimated to cost around $10.2 million, according to Executive Flyers.