The soldiers drove in a Bradley combat vehicle on Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield when the accident happened. Three soldiers were declared dead on the spot and three others were taken to the Winn Army Community Hospital for their injuries.
"Today is a heartbreaking day for the 3rd Infantry Division and the entire community of Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfields, just as we are All are devastated the morning after a workout at the Fort Stewart Training Area, "said Major General Tony Aguto, the commanding general of the 3rd Infantry Division, injuring another three. Our heart and prayer is for all the families affected by this tragedy.
The accident is being investigated and the names of the soldiers are being released 24 hours after the notification of their immediate relatives Fort Stewart said in a statement.