Marines injured by fire in California
Baghdad - Agencies
15 US Marines were injured when their amphibious vehicle was set on fire during training at a military base in the state of California.
Eight of the injured were transferred to the San Diego Health Center's fire treatment center, describing three of them as "critical" and "serious".
Four others were taken to the Irvine Medical Center at the University of California, two of them in critical condition. Another patient was taken to a hospital in San Diego and two others were treated for minor injuries at a naval hospital at the base " Camp Pendleton "where the exercises were conducted.
The cause of the fire was not yet clear.