Five soldiers killed in Afghanistan, one from La. - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Five soldiers killed in Afghanistan, one from La.

Chief Warrant Officer Bryan J. Henderson Chief Warrant Officer Bryan J. Henderson

Officials say five U.S. service members were killed in Afghanistan, including an officer from Louisiana.

Chief Warrant Officer Bryan J. Henderson, 27, of Franklin, Louisiana died on March 11. The Department of Defense says it happened after the group's helicopter crashed in southern Afghanistan during a rain storm. An investigation is ongoing.

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