WEST JORDAN — Two pilots are being treated for injuries, but no one was killed in a National Guard helicopter crash in West Jordan.

The Utah National Guard said they were aware of “a situation” involving a Utah National Guard Apache and that responders were on the scene.

“Utah National Guard confirms that one of its AH-64D Apache Longbow Helicopters was involved in a training accident at approximately 1:20 p.m. The helicopter accident occurred at the West Jordan Army Aviation Support Facility,” a post on X from the Utah National Guard states.

The Utah National Guard confirmed there was “no loss of life.”

The crash occurred near the Utah Army National Guard Recruiting Station at 7602 Airport Road.

No other information was immediately available.