A Roseburg man was among 31 soldiers killed Wednesday when a military transport helicopter crashed in western Iraq.U.S. Marine Cpl. James Lee Moore, 24, was inside the CH-53E Super Stallion along with 29 other Marines and one sailor. The cause of the crash is unknown. Military officials said the helicopter was flying through a severe desert sandstorm at the time of the crash.Moore was the first Douglas County resident killed in the Iraq war.Three Marines in dress blue uniforms came to the door of Moore's father, Garry, and stepmother, Suzanne, at about 9 p.m. Wednesday. They saw the soldiers through …
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