The United Kingdom’s Defense Ministry apologized on Tuesday after mistakenly releasing the e-mail addresses of 250 Afghan interpreters—a variety of of whom have been in hiding because of the Western withdrawal from Afghanistan, in accordance with a report.

The BBC reported that the errant email– with 250 names copied on it– was launched by the UK’s Afghan Relocations and Assistance Policy and was adopted up—about half-hour later—with one completely different e-mail warning them that their e-mail deal with “may have been compromised.”

Ben Wallace arrives at 10 Downing Street in London, Britain, on Sept. 15, 2021. (Photo by Han Yan/Xinhua via Getty Images)

Ben Wallace arrives at 10 Downing Street in London, Britain, on Sept. 15, 2021. (Photo by Han Yan/Xinhua via Getty Images)
(Photo by Han Yan/Xinhua via Getty Images)

“Some of the interpreters didn’t notice the mistake and they replied to all the emails already and they explained their situation which is very dangerous,” one interpreter advised the neighborhood. “The email contains their profile pictures and contact details.

The ministry told Fox News in an email: “An investigation has been launched into an information breach of data from the Afghan Relocations Assistance Policy staff.  We apologise to all individuals impacted by this breach and are working laborious to confirm it could not occur as quickly as additional.”

Ben Wallace, the defense minister, ordered an investigation into the mistake that the report said seemed to be human error. A spokeswoman told the BBC that it was an “unacceptable breach.”