U.S. Army Apache Helicopter Crash, Beverly WA

Update (2111 EST): No injuries reported among air crew after the helicopter struck power lines over the Columbia River.

Update (2022 EST): Eyewitnesses have spotted a U.S. Apache attack helicopter on the ground near Wanapum Dam after reportedly striking high tension transmission lines over the Columbia River. The helicopter appears to have sustained non-catastrophic damage. U.S. army personnel can be spotted on scene. The crew status has not been disclosed.

According to initial reports, a military helicopter has crashed after colliding with power transmission lines in Beverly, Washington.

This is developing.


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