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‘No evidence’ soldier was killed by Chinook downdraft: Britain

Britain’s defence ministry has said there was “no evidence” to support allegations that a land mine blast earlier this month in Afghanistan that killed a British soldier was caused by a downdraft from a Chinook helicopter. The Sun tabloid reported on Monday that Corporal Mark Wright, who was killed by a land mine blast on September 6, had called for a small helicopter to rescue his 12-man patrol from a minefield where they were trapped, citing one of the members of Wright’s Parachute Regiment. Full Story

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