JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska – Two soldiers were injured when a military helicopter was involved in a rollover accident in Talkeetna, Alaska, authorities said Monday.

The soldiers were taken to area hospitals, where they were treated and released, the US military said in a statement.

An Army AH-64D Apache helicopter was damaged in Sunday’s crash, which occurred as the helicopter was taking off. Whether the helicopter can be salvaged must be determined later this week, spokesman John Pennell said in an email.

An AH-64 Apache helicopter at the National Training Center in Fort Irwin, California on May 6, 2018.Captain Katherine Zins / US Army

Other details of the crash were not immediately available, but the cause will be addressed in a post-crash investigation by the Army Combat Readiness Center, Pennell said. That investigative team is expected to arrive later this week.

The Apache was one of four from the 25th Attack Battalion at Fort Wainwright, which is near Fairbanks, and traveled to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage for training. The four helicopters stopped at Talkeetna to refuel.

Talkeetna is located about 110 miles north of Anchorage.