Three U.S. Military troopers have been injured and rushed to the hospital early Tuesday after an evening coaching accident at Homestead Air Reserve Base close to Miami, officers stated.

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The troopers, who weren’t recognized, are part of the Golden Knights – the Fort Bragg-based Military parachute workforce – and have been conducting a HALO soar, base officers instructed WSVN-TV. The HALO soar requires troopers to free fall from excessive altitudes earlier than deploying a parachute.

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The troopers have been conducting a coaching mission, Donna Dixon, a base spokeswoman, instructed The Related Press. She stated the injured troopers have been “medevaced” to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Heart in Miami for remedy.

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Dixon stated the situations of the troopers wouldn’t be launched till their households have been notified.

No additional particulars of the incident have been launched.

The Related Press contributed to this report.

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