DENVER (AP) — The Army says nobody was disciplined after a vehicle crashed at a Colorado training range last year, killing one soldier and injuring five.
A spokesman at Fort Carson, where the crash occurred, said Friday the reasons nobody was disciplined were listed in documents held by a separate command.
The Associated Press has requested those documents.
Investigators say a Stryker combat vehicle got lost during a February 2015 exercise at Fort Carson. The vehicle was turning around when it drove over a cliff and rolled 250 feet down a steep slope.
Staff Sgt. Justin Holt, the vehicle commander, was killed. Investigators said Holt suffered shoulder pain and wasn't sleeping well, but a captain cleared him to participate in the exercise against the advice of a physician assistant and a squadron commander.