RAMADI – A U.s. military helicopter has crashed in the west of Iraq. There are no survivors, report to the U.s. armed forces. The death toll has been nothing announced, but according to American officials aircraft had seven passengers.
Two sources said earlier at Reuters news agency that the aircraft was landed in al-Qaim, a town in the province of Anbar near the Syrian border. The army later said in a statement that the crash was probably not caused by an attack.
The Americans sent after the crash rescue teams at path. The help should, however, not more income. “All men on board killed by the crash,” said brigadier general Jonathan P. Braga. He called the death of the soldiers “a tragedy.” The U.S. has thousands of troops in Iraq stationed because of the fight against terror group IS.