Probe of deadly Black Hawk crash underway in Kentucky
The military has released the identities of the 9 soldiers killed during yesterday's Black Hawk helicopter crash in Kentucky. They ranged in age from 23 to 36, man came from 7 states from New Jersey to Florida to California. They were the 9 soldiers aboard the two black hawks from Ford Campbell's 101st airborne division that crashed during a nighttime training exercise. The armies deadliest training incident in 8 years. The division's commander says their losses will reverberate for years. A military air safety team from Alabama is investigating what led to the crash, Sagar Meghani, Washington.