Twenty casualties in Salisbury Plain army crash

Around 20 soldiers were reported to have been injured in a multi-vehicle crash during a training exercise near Stonehenge yesterday evening.

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Two army officers seriously injured in Salisbury Plain crash

Police in Wiltshire are investigating the road accident involving military vehicles on Salisbury Plain. There were at least 20 casualties.

Officers carried out a detailed examination of the area overnight to determine how this incident happened.

Two army officers, who were air lifted by air ambulance to Southampton General Hospital, have life-changing injuries. Both have serious injuries to their legs. They were travelling in the third truck in the convoy. The third officer in this vehicle sustained minor head and leg injuries. He was taken to Salisbury District Hospital.

A total of nine people were taken to Salisbury District Hospital with minor injuries.

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