An Army official confirmed to Fox News on Thursday all nine service members aboard the two Blackhawk helicopters that crashed Wednesday night in Trigg County, Kentucky – near Fort Campbell – have died.

Two HH60 Black Hawks of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) were conducting a training exercise at approximately 10 p.m. when they crashed, Brendalyn Carpenter-Player, the director of the Fort Campbell Public Affairs, told Fox News Digital.

"The crewmembers were flying two HH60 Black Hawk helicopters during a routine training mission when the incident occurred," Carpenter-Player said. "The command is currently focused on caring for the servicemembers and their families."

Emergency personnel from multiple counties, including the East Golden Pond Fire Department, responded to the crash site between Bobby Light Road and Lancaster Road, local radio station WKDZ reported.... Read More: FOX News