US chopper goes down northeast of Baghdad, 13 die

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January 20, 2007 18:42

 
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A US forces helicopter went down northeast of Baghdad on Saturday, killing all 13 people on board, the military said. Emergency coalition forces responded and secured the site where the helicopter went down, the military said in a brief statement. The aircraft was carrying 13 passengers and crewmembers and all were killed, it said, adding the incident was under investigation.

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