Soldiers from Ohio, Tennessee killed at Army training base

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Two of the injured soldiers were in critical condition, and all of the soldiers hurt were taken to a hospital off the base near Columbia. Emmett Foreman, from Daleville, AL; Pvt. The Army has released only limited information regarding what occurred.

Johnson asked the community to keep families, injured soldiers and base personnel impacted by the incident in their thoughts and prayers.

They are: Pvt. Ethan Shrader, from Prospect, TN., and Pvt.

All told, more than 36,000 soldiers receive basic combat training on Fort Jackson per year, with an additional 8,000 completing the Army's advanced individual training during the same period of time. Others who were injured were Pvt. Alan Kryszak, of Clarksville, Tennessee; and Pvt.

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While the statement described the deadly incident as a "tragic accident", it did not elaborate on where and how it occurred or the type of vehicle involved. Cardre Jackson Jr., Laurel, MD; and Pvt. James Foster, Macon, Georgia.

He also pledged to thoroughly investigate the cause of the accident. The Army did not identify the unit or training program the soldiers were in.

They have not released any additional details about the accident at this time. Gen. Pete Johnson, U.S. Army Training Center and Fort Jackson Commander, in a statement. I appreciate the outpouring of support.

A military vehicle crashed into a troop formation Friday afternoon at Fort Jackson Army base near Columbia, South Carolina.

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