The Black Hawk helicopter that crashed Monday afternoon on the Texas A&M campus is getting loaded up to move.
Crews started loading the wreckage Friday morning on a flat bed truck.
Officials with Texas Military Forces say chopper will reportedly be moved to the Austin Aviation Support Facility, where the UH-60 Blackhawk was based. Some parts will also be taken to the Corpus Christi Army Depot for testing. The wreckage is expected to be completely cleared from Duncan Field by Saturday morning.
Military personnel say the investigation into what caused the crash could still take anywhere from a couple weeks, to a year to complete.
Two soldiers died from the injuries they sustained in Monday's crash.
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