Fire service spokesman Sven Gerling said his initial information was that two helicopters had crashed, but he had no further details on the accident.
Federal Police spokesman Frank Brochert confirmed there "was an incident during an exercise" and that emergency crews were on the scene. He had no details about the accident.
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