NATO says 9 service members killed in Afghanistan crash

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September 21, 2010 06:38

 
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NATO says nine of its service members have been killed in a helicopter crash in southern Afghanistan.

The alliance says two other service members, an Afghan National Army soldier and a U.S. civilian were injured in the crash on Tuesday.

It did not disclose where the crash occurred.

NATO says the cause of the crash is under investigation, but that there were no reports of enemy fire.

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