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An army helicopter, with two crew members on board, has crashed in Devon.
The helicopter came down near Kingscott, Torrington, at 1545 BST. Police said two crew members have been injured, but no buildings are damaged.
A rescue team from RAF Chivenor has been scrambled and Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue has dispatched crews.
One of the crew has been flown to North Devon District Hospital. The other is currently being treated at the crash scene. An exclusion zone is in place.
About 12,000 homes in the area lost electricity supplies about the time of the accident, although it is not known if this was linked to the crash.
One person has died after an army helicopter with two crew members on board crashed in Devon.
The Army training helicopter came down in a wooded area in Kingscott, near Torrington, at around 3.45 p.m.
"Sadly, we can confirm that both service personnel on board have died," an MoD spokesman said.