http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/ukn...red-in-multiple-crash-at-Salisbury-Plain.html By Ben Farmer, Defence Correspondent, and Nicola Harley 9:25AM BST 18 Jun 2015 At least one soldier is believed to have lost a limb in a collision between troop lorries during an Anglo-Indian exercise on Salisbury Plain. Up to 20 military personnel were injured in the smash just off a public road across the Plain, with the two most severely injured being flown by helicopter to nearby hospital and another eight classed as seriously hurt. Army personnel inspect the damaged trucks following the accident in Salisbury (Alamy) Police said four or five could have suffered "life-changing" injuries, and military sources said at least one Indian soldier has undergone an amputation. Video still from BBC news showing where troops were hurt in a crash involving carrier vehicles on Salisbury Plain (BBC) Both British and Indian troops were badly hurt, but the majority of injured are Indians, the source said. Exercise Ajeya Warrior was part of a larger war game called Wessex Storm and involved troops from British units including 6 Rifles and a company of Indian soldiers carrying out mock counter insurgency operations in difficult urban terrain. The crash took place at around 6.30pm on Wednesday, in a field near Westdown Camp. Army personnel inspect the damaged trucks following the accident in Salisbury (ALAMY) A spokeswoman from South West Ambulance Service said: "From our perspective we have taken two patients with life threatening injuries, and flown them to Southampton. "One went with Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance, and the other with Wiltshire Air Ambulance. "We have taken eight patients with serious injures by road ambulance to Salisbury Hospital. "We have treated a number of walking wounded - I am saying a number because we don't have a definitive figure." She said the rescue operation involved a number of land ambulances, volunteer on-call doctors and two ambulance hazardous area response teams - one from Bristol and another from South Central Ambulance Service. A number of rapid response vehicles were also involved, as well as two critical care paramedics vehicles. The gender and ages of the injured people, and the nature of their injuries are not yet known.