A Black Hawk Army helicopter crashed on a Maryland golf course on Monday, earnestly disabling two crewmembers, the military said, and local media reported that a third person aboard had died.

The UH-6 0 Black Hawk from Fort Belvoir, Virginia, made a” hard-handed property” shortly before 2 p.m. EDT near Leonardstown, Maryland, about 35 miles southeast of Washington, base spokesman Jennifer Brande said by telephone.

Two of the three crew aboard the Black Hawk were medically evacuated, she said.

Brande had no immediate informed of a demise in the crash.

Twitter/ NJaffurs A armed helicopter crash landed at a Maryland golf course on Monday.

The helicopter went down at the Breton Bay Golf and Country Club, according to a squad secretary. TheBayNet.com, a local news shop, reported that emergency craftsmen found one person dead and that two survivors were airlifted to a Baltimore hospital.

Witness Elizabeth Willing told TheBayNet.com that she and a friend were kayaking in Breton Bay when they saw three helicopters, with one lagging behind.

” It started revolving. At first we thought it was doing stunts ,” she said.

Her friend, Kat McCurdy, said:” It vanished behind the timber line, and then “weve heard” a big slam .”

A photo posted by the information website demonstrated emergency personnel and vehicles met around twisted debris, with junk scattered on the grass.

( Reporting by Ian Simpson in Washington; Editing by Colleen Jenkins, Lisa Shumaker and Bernard Orr)


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