Multiple U.S. soldiers were injured during a training exercise Thursday, after an explosion occurred at Fort Bragg in Fayetteville, North Carolina. ABC's local affiliate WTVD said military officials confirmed 15 soldiers were hurt in the incident, which the station reported occurred "when a vehicle rolled over on a remote part of the base."
Army spokesman Lt. Col. Rob Bockholt told The Associated Press that the injured soldiers were taken to Womack Army Medical Center for treatment, but did not confirm the number of soldiers injured, the extent of their injuries, or the cause of the explosion.
Fort Bragg services more than 50,000 active duty personnel. Kimberly Alters
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