An Afghan army helicopter crashed in central Afghanistan on Monday, killing four people, officials said.
Defense Ministry spokesman Gen. Mohammad Zahir Azimi said the helicopter went down in Salar district of Wardak province. He did not say what caused the crash.
At least four people were killed, said Wardak provincial police chief Zafaruddin, who goes by only one name.
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