Dutch left Australian soldiers for dead in Afghanistan

AUSTRALIAN Special Forces crowds were left for deceased by two Dutch attack helicopters through a deadly ambush in Afghanistan.

When the smoke empty, one American was dead and seven SAS soldiers and two sappers lay badly injured.

A shared Australian, American and Afghan perambulation was under waylaid from up to 150 enemy fighters when the two assault choppers arrived at a nearby American base.

As the troops were pulverized by enemy mortar, small arms and rocket-propelled shells near the village of Khaz Oruzgan, they thought salvation had at home in the form of the Apache helicopters.

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