2 soldiers shocked in accident still hospitalized

FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. (AP) — Two of three Missouri National Guard soldiers injured in a training accident earlier this week remain hospitalized, while the third has returned to duty.

The Guard said in a news release that the two soldiers were in stable condition Friday at the University of Kansas Medical Center.

The soldiers were injured Wednesday when they were shocked while working with a tactical antenna system. They were conducting annual training with their unit, the 135th Signal Company out of Kansas City.

The accident is still under investigation. No names have been released.

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