Listen: West Point cadet killed, 22 others injured in training accident
"City, sad news about a West Point cadet, who was killed today, the free gags that really. And everybody in, in New York, frankly, was talking about it. So the cadet was killed in twenty other cadets and two soldiers injured a tactical vehicle from the explanation. I was given overturned on a routine summer training exercise on a dirt road. And the academy spokesperson who talked about it said the accident happened about six forty five in the morning. And this was something, of course, they've done many many, many times it was a military truck that can carry personnel had to people in the front cabin the rest in the back. Then you could see some helicopter footage. I saw that a little bit later in the day, and it showed the truck flipped over and a heavy stand of trees, you know, the severity of the injuries and all. All that other sort of a details on it's still some of them are kind of murky, but it's very sad. Sad thing to happen. A cadet at a summer training site near the main campus of the military academy of even the New York governor Andrew Cuomo had a statement expressing. What can you do is condolences for the cadet who died in the people who were injured? The others who were injured, and of course, directed his state of New York's office of originally management to provide any kind of resources they needed to, to assist West Point in what they're doing. But I just heartbreaking to see that because you think of the gratitude that, that we feel for the people who dedicate their lives in this direction, especially you imagine the beginning of that and the bravery and choosing to serve the country and and whatnot. And that's wow, that's really really really a hard thing to to hear about. And like I said, frankly, in New York, of course, there were a lot of conversations about. You hear what happened at West Point as soon as I came into the city, I had a couple of people that asked me that immediately because it's you know, it's something that people think about not just in New York, but all over and it's funny because in not funny, but you think of d day and looking at the commemorations of d day and what that meant in seventy five years ago and said to have those two things in two very different places happen. Just a reminder of things that can can happen to kind of a freak accident. It seems there's those investigations that are happening to, to"