Collapse of the Fort Hunter Liggett Tent: No deaths reported

Collapse of the Fort Hunter Liggett Tent: No deaths reported
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Fort Hunter Liggett suffered a mass casualty

There was no deaths after a structure – a tent – collapsed at Fort Hunter Liggett in King City, California, according to Fort Hunter Liggett. At least one local news site reported that three people had died, but the military base then posted this statement on Twitter: "Accident on the post but no deaths reported." A helicopter landing raised from the wind that caused the collapse of a tent structure.More to follow as we evaluate the situation. "

Here is this tweet:

The base did not confirm if anyone had been injured.

According to KSBW-TV, the forces of order On July 18, 2018, the agencies responded to a "mass event". The TV station first reported that 30 people had been injured and that three people had died when "a tent collapsed," according to the Greenfield Fire Department. However, it is not uncommon for conflicting reports to emerge in the early stages of the news.

One person on Facebook asked why local TV stations reported three deaths and the base said there was none. replied, "The news we have heard is that it was not inevitable, we are still collecting information." One person then copied the information. television story in the base commentary line, how the base responded: "If anyone has any first-hand information, we'd like to hear it.If you please, no rumors. "

However, Paso Robles Daily News, who reported the losses, now says that they were reported but not confirmed by the base officials at that time.

According to KSBY-TV, "the emergency comes at a time when thousands of members of the US Army Reserve, the National Guard, the US Air Force, the United States US Navy and Canadian Armed Forces participate in "CSTX assures that units and soldiers of the US Army Reserve are trained and ready to deploy at any time, bringing a power of capable shot, ready for combat and lethal in support of the Army and our soldiers. "Public Affairs Officer Amy Phillips said in a statement issued July 16, 2018 before the structure collapsed."

The base's Twitter page reads: "Fort Hunter Liggett on the beautiful California coast of"

This post has been updated with the latest information from the base that no deaths occur. took place.