BANGOR — Officials say none of the 16 members of the Maine Army National Guard were seriously hurt when a bus they were riding in crashed and rolled over during training in Canada.

The soldiers were taken to a hospital after the Monday morning accident at the Gagetown, New Brunswick, training center. The soldiers, from 133rd Engineer Battalion, are doing OK.

The Bangor Daily News says Maine Guard Capt. Shannon Cotta says the soldiers were in the Canadian Forces base to train in gaining access to buildings, towns and other strategic locations and destroying them.