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3 soldiers killed and 3 hurt in training accident at Fort Stewart – CBS Evening News, Youtube.com


    

             

                                 

Published on Oct 20, 2019

Three soldiers were killed and three others were injured during a training accident at Fort Stewart, an army base in Georgia. They were riding in a Bradley Fighting Vehicle. Tom Hanson reports.

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