More than a dozen Marines hospitalized after vehicle catches fire in California

More than a dozen Marines hospitalized after vehicle catches fire in California

More than a dozen Marines hospitalized after vehicle catches fire in California

At approximately 9:33 a.m., a land-based training accident occurred involving an amphibious landing vehicle on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton injuring 15 Marines from the 1st Marine Division. Be that as it may, the source, who talked on state of secrecy since they were not approved to chat with columnists, said that three Marines were being taken by helicopter to a nearby healing facility for consumes and smoke inward breath.

Though the vehicle was engulfed in flames, all of the Marines involved were able to escape, the marines said in a statement.

Camp Pendleton base sign. An AAV is used to transport Marines from the sea to land, and has been used in operations since the 1970s. "Officials are investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident at this time", 1st Marine Division spokesman 1st Lt. Paul Gainey said in a statement.

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Two Marines are being treated for minor injuries at the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton.

Earlier this month, U.S. Marine Corps officials announced that another Marine had died during training at the base north of San Diego County. When medics arrived, they tried to resuscitate the Marine, but it was too late. Further details were not immediately available, he said.

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