ASADABAD, Afghanistan (AFP) - A child was among three civilians who died in a NATO air strike in eastern Afghanistan which also killed 14 insurgents, local officials said Wednesday. The attack by the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) happened late Tuesday in the Dangam district of Kunar province, provincial governor Fazlullah Wahidi told AFP. "Fourteen militants, among them some Arab and Pakistani nationals, and three civilians have been killed in last night's air strikes," Wahidi said. District governor Hamish Gulab said the civilians were two women and a child who died when a missile hit a gathering of insurgents in a house. Meanwhile, a second female British soldier has been killed in the Afghanistan campaign, the Ministry of Defence announced Wednesday, after she was hit by an explosive device she was trying to disable. Captain Lisa Head, 29, was working in an alley frequently used by Afghan and international troops in the restive southern Helmand Province. Moreover, a British soldier died Tuesday following a blast while on a mission to clear hidden bombs from an alleyway in southern Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defence in London said. The soldier was hit on Monday in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand Province and airlifted to the military hospital in Britain's main Camp Bastion base.