Fort Bragg explosion injures 15 soldiers during training accident when vehicle ‘rolled over’ | American Military News

Fort Bragg explosion injures 15 soldiers during training accident when vehicle ‘rolled over’

A vehicle reportedly rolled over and injured several soldiers.

Fort Bragg explosion injures 15 soldiers during training accident when vehicle ‘rolled over’ Featured Soldiers training at Fort Bragg (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Michael J. MacLeod)

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An explosion during a training accident at Fort Bragg in North Carolina has left several soldiers injured, according to multiple sources.

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ABC11, a local news affiliate, is reporting that Fort Bragg officials confirmed 15 soldiers are hurt and were taken to Womack Army Medical Center.

ABC11 reported that the explosion took place when a vehicle “rolled over on a remote part of base.”

No further details were made available at this time.

Fort Bragg is home to the Airborne and Special Operations Forces.

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