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Soldiers involved in Humvee accident identified

A Humvee flipped in Perry County, injuring Camp Shelby soldiers. Source: Brent Barfield MHP A Humvee flipped in Perry County, injuring Camp Shelby soldiers. Source: Brent Barfield MHP
Two soldiers were taken to a local hospital with injuries. Source: WDAM Two soldiers were taken to a local hospital with injuries. Source: WDAM
PERRY COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

A Humvee carrying soldiers training at Camp Shelby overturned in Perry County Friday morning, according to Mississippi Highway Patrol Troop J Public Information Officer Brent Barfield. 

Barfield said the Humvee was driven by Ryan Adams, 23 of Johnson City, TN. The vehicle overturned into a median just west of the Camp Shelby East Gate on Highway 98 around 7:44 a.m. 

Barfield said Johnson and a passenger named Ryan Morris were taken to a local hospital by ambulance with injuries. Both sustained moderate injuries, according to Barfield.

The accident is under investigation by MHP. 

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