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News: ISAF aircraft crashes in eastern Afghanistan, no fatalities reporte

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KABUL, Afghanistan – An International Security Assistance Force aircraft crashed during routine operations in eastern Afghanistan today.

There were no fatalities reported during the incident, and the aircrew and passengers were safely transported to a nearby ISAF installation for evaluation.

ISAF is still in the process of assessing the circumstances to determine more facts; however, initial reporting indicates that there was no enemy activity in the area.

There were no reports of civilians being harmed or property damaged during the incident.

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Date Taken:05.28.2012

Date Posted:05.28.2012 05:00

Location:KABUL, AFGlobe

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