Tunisian Air Force Helicopter Crashes In Gabès Killing 3 Onboard

A Tunisian Air Force helicopter crashed in Gabès, Tunesia under unknown circumstances. There were three fatalities.

The incident happened during a military exercise at night, the state news agency said, citing a Ministry of Defense spokesperson.

“A military-technical team was sent to the scene to determine the causes of the crash,” the spokesperson was quoted as saying.

For its part, the state radio Tataouine quoted a medical source as saying that 3 soldiers died after the helicopter crashed in the Ben Ghilouf area of ​​the delegation of Hamma in the Gabes governorate.

The radio indicated that the soldiers were killed by “the fall of a military helicopter during exercises carried out by military units in the aforementioned region.”


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