The Blackhawk helicopter that went down at Texas A&M earlier this week is on its way to Austin.
The chopper left early this morning via flat-bed trailer. A team of investigators from the U.S. Army Combat Readiness and Safety Center will accompany it.
"Its going to be placed in a secure hanger at the Austin Aviation Support Facility where the investigation is going to continue for at least a couple more weeks, and really as long as it takes to get to the bottom of what caused the incident," said Captain Adam Collett of the Texas Army National Guard.
Two other National Guard soldiers are recovering at Brook Army Medical Center in San Antonio, another is still being treated at College Station Medical Center.
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